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Maryland Hunger Solutions Newsletter

Save the Date: March 5, 2020, for Hear the Maryland Crunch!

Join this fun, statewide synchronized apple crunch event to highlight the important role the School Breakfast Program plays in ensuring children have access to the healthy morning meals they need to learn and thrive in the classroom and beyond.

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Missed Opportunities: An Analysis of SNAP Participation in Maryland by County

SNAP is a proven tool to reduce hunger and poverty in Maryland and across the country. However, new research finds that many Marylanders who are eligible for SNAP are not participating in the program. The number of eligible people not participating in SNAP by county ranges from 25 percent in Baltimore City to over 60 percent in Montgomery County. Check out our research brief, Missed Opportunities: An Analysis of SNAP Participation in Maryland by County, and the accompanying map, for more information.

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School Breakfast Report Shows Variation in School Breakfast Participation by County

Creating Healthier Students & Better Learners with the School Breakfast Program: Maryland School Breakfast Report shows that 61.9 low income students ate school breakfast for every 100 who ate school lunch in Maryland in the 2017–2018 school year. The report includes report cards that evaluate low-income student breakfast participation for each public school system and the state overall.

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