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What We Do

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Advocate

We persistently and proactively work with legislators, administrators, and community partners.

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Outreach

We extend the reach of federal nutrition programs through training community partners.

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Educate

We address misconceptions about who needs Federal Nutrition programs and why. 

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News & Events

  • 12-20-2017
    This summer Utahns Against Hunger (UAH) provided funding to 25 farmers markets and farm stand to participate in the statewide SNAP-match produce incentive program, Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB). During the 2017 market season the Double Up program had over 5,600 transactions, with more than $70,000 in SNAP sales and $46,000 in DUFB incentives redeemed for fresh Utah produce – a twenty percent increase over 2016.
  • 12-20-2017
    Utahns Against Hunger echoes the concerns of the Food Research & Action Center about the impact the tax reform bill will have on vulnerable Americans.
  • 11-3-2017
    In the mad rush to achieve a legislative win with tax reform, Congress is overlooking some critical issues. In Utahns Against Hunger’s opinion, chief among them is the impact that tax reform will have on programs serving low-wage Utahns, middle income families, and children.

The Truth About Hunger in Utah

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The Faces of Hunger

Sometimes in life you need a little help.

Provo

As a child, Glenn benefited greatly from the National School Lunch Program.

Salt Lake City

The couple's medical bills became a burden.

Provo

Robert was left without a family and nowhere to turn.

Provo

Shelby is a college graduate, a wife, and a mother of two young children.

Cottonwood Heights

Seokhee moved to the U.S. from Korea when he was just 10 years old.

Provo

Darion was having to choose between warm clothes and food.

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