Families With Children & Youth
About one in five households with children in the United States face food insecurity at some point during the year. More than half a million children in Georgia don’t have consistent access to enough nutritious food. This can have long-term effects on their health and future.
Kids who are food insecure are more likely to be held back a grade in elementary school, more likely to be sick and hospitalized, and more likely to have growth and developmental issues. The Write-Right Nutrition Program (WRNP) is a hunger relief program designed to assist families with children and youth who experience food insecurity. Primary caretakers and/or legal guardians of children and/or youth under the age of 17 years may complete this application. Our hunger relief program provides nutritional literacy information on healthy foods to eat and tips on creative ways to prepare healthy meals on a budget.
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