Addressing Military Family Hunger

In Washington state, as many as 1 in 5 military households are facing food insecurity during the pandemic. That’s why we’ve launched a statewide advocacy campaign to solve hunger problems for veterans and military families.

The WA Military Family Hunger advocacy campaign aims to unite people and organizations all across Washington in support of veterans and our more than 160,000 service members, reservist, and their families that live in and around the state’s 6 active duty military bases.

We are asking you to join this campaign and help us make systemic change so these families never go hungry. Become an advocate and help us pass key legislation like the Military Hunger Prevention Act (H.R.2339 and S.1488) and ensure the Military Family Basic Needs Allowance language remains in place for all budget and appropriations processes moving forward.

Thank you to the following organizations for joining this campaign:

Co-Sponsors of the Military Hunger Prevention Act of 2021, H.R.2339

  • Congresswoman Marilyn Strickland (WA-10) (original co-sponsor)
  • Congresswoman Suzan DelBene (WA-1)
  • Congressman Derek Kilmer (WA-6)
  • Congressman Rick Larsen (WA-2)

Learn More About Our Military Advocacy

Blog Post

Marilyn Strickland Introduces the Military Hunger Prevention Act

Video

Virtual Town Halls Explore Hunger & Military Families

Blog Post

Town Hall Explores Military Families Facing Hunger