Pandemic EBT Benefits Approved for Tennessee
The USDA recently approved the continuation of the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Program for Tennessee students who missed meals
SNAP Emergency Allotment Ending in December 2021
As of January 2022, benefits will go back to being determined on a case-by-case basis like they were before the
SNAP Benefit Changes Starting October 1
SNAP recipients will see a 21% increase in average monthly benefits ($36 per-month) – the largest increase in the program’s history.
Tennessee Summer Food Service Program
With the school year coming to a close, the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) will soon begin – connecting at-risk students with free meals to ensure they can grow and thrive.
May is Older Americans Month!
Second Harvest works to combat senior hunger through our Partner Agencies, SNAP outreach, and feeding programs specifically designed to serve older adults.
Increased SNAP Benefits across Tennessee
Learn more about the recent changes in SNAP eligibilty across Tennessee as well as the increases in benefits for participants.
But God Ministry Enables Churches to Feed Their Communities
Partner Agency’s Founder Is Fueled by Her Faith as She Fights Food Insecurity On March 7, 2020, days after
Phelps Family Fights Hunger at Historic African American Church
Authur and Jeannette Phelps lean on their faith as they continue their church’s long history of helping others in their rural community.
North Nashville Pastor Feeds Hope in Her Hometown
After 20 years away, Pastor Cynthia Macon Gordon Bates returned to her hometown of North Nashville to provide food and hope to those struggling.