NHPS Free Summer Meals – Comidas de Verano Gratis

June 28th – August 13th Monday – Friday 11:30AM – 1:00PM

28 De Junio – 13 De Agosto – Lunes -Viernes 11:30Am – 1:00PM

All Kids 18 and Under – Niños de Años y Menos

Parents & guardians may pick up meals for students at any of the schools below

Los padres y tutores pueden recoger comidas para los estudiantes en cualquiera de las escuelas a continuación

Click Here for List of Schools – Clic aquí para ver la lista de las escuelas

Ubicaciones de Autobuses de Verano

Summer Bus Locations

Bus/Van #1 Stops- Sunset Ridge Apartments, Trowbridge Square Park, Galvin Park, Catholic Outreach – Click here for dates and time!

Bus/Van #2 Stops- East Shore Park, Nathan Hale School, Eastern View Terrace, Scott Ridge Apts.- Click Here for dates and times!

Bus/Van #3 Stops – Dover Beach Splash Pad, South Genesse Playground, Edgewood Park/Tennis Courts, Cornell Scott-Hill Health —Click Here for dates and times!

Bus/Van #4 Stops – Bassett Splash Pad, Charles St Police Substation/Stetson Library, Scantlebury Park, KesingtonApt/Chapel St – Click Here for dates and times!

Map of Schools and Summer Bus Locations – Mapa de escuelas y ubicaciones de autobuses de verano

New Haven mini-documentary: Heart disease and health disparities – making healthy food affordable

This video was produced by Purple States and DataHaven for Powering Healthy Lives. For more information see ctdatahaven.org/video.

Featuring Witnesses to Hunger Member Wanda Perez along with Myra Smith & Lacole Floyd

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Food Pantry Appeals To Senator Murphy

Kim Hart, Site Leader for Witnesses to Hunger New Haven, met with Senator Chris Murphy at Loaves & Fishes Food Bank. She thanked Senator Murphy for all his work and joined in the appeal for the State to provide resources to food banks during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read Article on New Haven Independent

January Meeting & Birthday Party

Witnesses to Hunger started the new decade by celebrating our 2nd birthday and planning activities for the coming year.

Rachel, Tammy and Susan presented on the importance of participating in the upcoming US Census. The Federal Government uses Census data to distribute program funds, such as SNAP, to States and Cities. WTH Census Committee will work to maximize participation in the Census that begins April 1, 2020.

Annie Harper from the Yale PRCH spoke to the group about her research in dept impact on our health. WTH will be posting details on programs she will be hosting next week.

Kim & Billy discussed plans to organize our membership efforts. They ask members to sign up for one or more of three committee; Program Support, Policy Action, and Program Support. Each committee will discuss the activities for the coming year and report back at the February meeting three goals to complete. Among some of our continuing activities are visiting our Legislative Office Building, Secret Shopper Research Project, Photo Stories, Grant Applications, and Filling the Summer Meal Gap .

Members also enjoyed a tasty Spanish meal from El Collado,

2020 is off to a great start!

Hunger for Change Conference

Witnesses to Hunger joins CT Food Bank, Food Share, and CT Attorney General William Tong in raising awareness on the impacts of proposed SNAP changes.

Click the image below to view Power Point Presentation and WTNH Video

CT-CORE Conducts Racial Justice Forum for Witnesses to Hunger

Isa Mujahid, Founder and Organizing Director of CTCORE-Organize Now! (Community Organizing for Racial Equity) conducted the first of a four part  racial justice training series for members of Witnesses to Hunger.  The training will provide members with the knowledge and skills required to attain their vision of a united community where all people have access to adequate, good quality, and nutritious food by eliminating the racial inequities that create food insecurity and constructing just systems and institutions to replace them.

The first forum was an overview of the elements of change and systems and the foundational skills and vision required to create systemic change .