UPDATE: The virtual public hearing for our bill was held on October 7, 2021, and you can watch the full hearing here. If you’d like to submit written testimony, email committee staff Rosalind Jordan (rosalind.jordan@mahouse.gov) and Derek Silver (derek.silver@masenate.gov) by October 14th at 5 pm. Thank you for your support!


The Massachusetts Hunger-Free Campus Coalition (HFCC) was formed in the fall of 2019 to address food insecurity among high-need populations enrolled in Massachusetts public colleges and universities. Our goal is to ensure equity and incorporate student voices as we work to make Massachusetts college campuses hunger free.

37% of public university students in Massachusetts are food insecure, and only 20% of food insecure students utilize Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits. (Source)

S.822 and H.1368, sponsored by Senator Harriette Chandler (D-Worcester), Representative Andy Vargas (D-Haverhill), and Representative Mindy Domb (D-Amherst), would provide colleges the technical assistance and funding they need to address food insecurity on their campuses.

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Questions about the MA Hunger-Free Campus Coalition (HFCC) or want to get involved? Contact us today.

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Molly Kepner
Sr. Government Relations Coordinator
The Greater Boston Food Bank
mkepner@gbfb.org