Yesterday's brief but intense snowfall served as a reminder for people who work with low-income Ohioans that this winter has been especially hard.
Lawmakers, food bank and school representatives and other stakeholders met in Grove City this week to discuss ways to increase participation in the summer food service program, which provides meals to children from low-income families.
There is another serious problem caused by the snow that may go overlooked.
More than 47 million Americans who receive food stamps, including 1.8 million Ohioans, will see their benefits reduced starting Friday.
While Congress continues fighting over cuts to the food stamp program, Ohio food banks are getting money from state government.
The federal health care marketplace is scheduled to open on October 1st. And Ohio organizations are busy preparing.
New data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows low-income Ohioans continue to have problems feeding themselves and their families.
Nearly 2 million poor Ohioans rely on food stamps to make ends meet.
Foodbanks might lose the money Ohio House lawmakers put in their version of the state budget bill.
The fallout from the Federal sequestration cuts continues.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is asking supporters of the state's food banks to help him convince his fellow Republicans in the Legislature to extend Medicaid coverage.
For the second straight year, Ohio Governor John Kasich has authorized an additional 1-million dollar appropriation for the Ohio Association of Foodbanks to meet a growing demand.
A new report shows one in six Ohioans worry about going hungry.