Home / Local Nonprofit Gets $500K To Connect Families With Food Assistance (Hawaii Public Radio)


Hawaiʻi Children’s Action Network received $530,300 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to connect more families to a federal food and nutrition program. The program is designed to provide resources for women, infants and children, known as WIC benefits. Hawaiʻi will be one of the first locations in the country to implement the Community Innovation and Outreach Project. It aims to increase the accessibility of food and health care benefits for low-income mothers, infants and children up to 5 years old.

Published Date

22 May, 2023


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