Sign our online petition to support Ohio foodbanks!
Do you believe that everyone deserves access to the basic necessity of food? Please read our petition to support the Ohio Food Program and Agricultural Clearance Program, one of the state's most successful public-private partnerships, and sign the petition today!

Sign your organization onto our Ohio Child Nutrition Reauthorization Letter!
Do you represent an organization that believes that programs and policies should ensure that every child has access to adequate, nutritious food? Congress is currently considering reauthorization of a variety of critical federal child nutrition programs. Read our Ohio Child Nutrition Reauthorization priorities, and add your organization to the sign-on letter today!

Sign up and Take Action
Important policy decisions are being made which impact Ohio’s most vulnerable populations. We have the opportunity to take action. Find your elected officials and contact them to voice your concerns. Be informed of critical issues by signing up for action alerts or view past action alerts.

Take the SNAP Challenge
Can you eat on just $4.50 a day? The SNAP Challenge encourages participants to get a sense of what life is like for millions of low-income Americans facing hunger. While the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, commonly known as food stamps) provides monthly benefits to supplement the food budgets of families in need, in many cases the benefits are inadequate and families still struggle to put food on the table. Read our overview about the SNAP Challenge and get started today! Let us know you've committed to taking the challenge.

Paper Plate Project

Learn About the Paper Plate Project
We launched the Paper Plate Project in July 2010 as a way for Ohioans to make their voices heard in the halls of the Ohio Statehouse and the chambers of Congress. Through the project, we collected more than 30,000 stories from across Ohio. To view the plates and stories, please visit For more information or to use the stories in your advocacy efforts, please contact Nora Balduff.