Help Fight Hunger

Advocacy is nothing more than speaking up about issues you care about to people who have the power to make decisions. It can mean asking for special help for your own child by speaking to a teacher or principal. It can mean asking to speak to a manager when the customer service person won’t give you a refund. It could also mean testifying at a city council meeting or even meeting with your Congressional representative about an upcoming vote. The only requirements are that you learn a little about a problem that you care about.

Please contact us if you would like to have a legislative advocacy training done in your community or if you’d like to receive updates from us about advocacy issues.


Volunteer Opportunities and Training’s Volunteer opportunities will be posted here and on the Utahns Against Hunger Facebook page. If you don’t see any opportunities posted here…

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Taste of the Wasatch For the past twelve years, the annual Taste of the Nation culinary festival has raised funds to help support efforts to…

Summer Food

Find food help when school’s out

Click here to find where your child can get free meals this summer
Farmers Markets

Fresh, local produce in your area

Use your food stamps at farmers markets for delicious, nutritious food
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