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What We Do



We persistently and proactively work with legislators, administrators, and community partners.



We extend the reach of federal nutrition programs through training community partners.



We address misconceptions about who needs Federal Nutrition programs and why. 

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News & Events

  • 3-30-2018
    UAH recently had the pleasure of working with two student interns: Legislative Intern Melissa Bain from the University of Utah, who assisted during the 2018 legislative session, and Dietetic Intern Joelle Mittanck from Brigham Young University, who worked on Utah School Breakfast Week. We are grateful for their excellent work and asked them to share about their experiences. 
  • 3-23-2018
    Governor Gary Herbert proclaimed March 19-23, 2018 Utah School Breakfast Week. At Utahns Against Hunger we work to improve participation in the School Breakfast Program and promote alternative breakfast serving models. Research shows that students who eat school breakfast are more likely to maintain a healthy weight, drink more milk, and eat more fruit daily!
  • 3-21-2018
    Over half of college students in the United States experience food insecurity, including students right here in Utah. This goes far beyond the trope of the "starving college student" who subsists on Ramen noodles; many students have to skip meals to make ends meet, limit their work hours to qualify for financial aid, or make the choice between rent, books, or food. All of this is occurring while tuition costs and student loans rise.

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The Faces of Hunger

Sometimes in life you need a little help.


Robert was left without a family and nowhere to turn.

Salt Lake City

Persephonie had twins that needed a little more help.

Salt Lake City

The couple's medical bills became a burden.


Joel never expected to be on the streets.


Shelby is a college graduate, a wife, and a mother of two young children.

Cottonwood Heights

Seokhee moved to the U.S. from Korea when he was just 10 years old.

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