The number of New York families struggling with child hunger fell 5% from July to August. A new analysis found the expansion of the Child Tax Credit helped.

Data Helps Define Long Island's Hunger Crisis

Jun 1, 2021
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Coronavirus exacerbated another crisis: Long Islanders went hungry.

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Connecticut will release $19 million on Thursday to low-income residents who are eligible for Emergency Supplemental Nutrition Assistance, known as SNAP benefits.

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The number of people living with hunger on Long Island has skyrocketed since the economic shutdowns began last year due to the coronavirus.

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The Island Harvest Food Bank will help more than a hundred Long Island veterans and military families with food donations this Thanksgiving.