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Food Bank Policy Priorities

Nurturing the political will to end hunger requires Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to engage in advocacy; actively supporting causes, ideas and proposals on public policies that advance the mission of the organization. It is the policy of Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to make advocacy an integral part of what we do to meet our mission. Find out more about the Food Bank's policy priorities at the federal and state levels.

Non-Partisanship
Stakeholders of Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank represent a broad cross-section of the political spectrum. Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank does not support one candidate over another candidate, and does not support any political parties. Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank is diligent in assuring that the activities of the organization are strictly nonpartisan.

 

Farm Bill Priorities

Find out more about Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank's policy priorities for the 2012 Farm Bill.

 

Federal Policy Priorities

Find out more about Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank's federal policy priorities for the fiscal year 2013 budget.

 

State Policy Priorities

Find out more about Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank's state policy priorities.