Throughout 2022, MFAN published a first-of-its-kind causal factor study, released research findings from our biennial national survey, held a Solutions Summit with leaders from across the nation, launched a task force to combat military hunger, represented the military community at the historic White House hunger conference, strengthened our coalition outputs, introduced virtual resource connection programming, and launched a new website.
Thank you to the service members, veterans, families, stakeholders, and partners who continue to support and trust MFAN with this critical work. We are continuously reminded that our potential for positive impact grows whenever we collaborate with those who share our mission
The governing body who drive our mission forward and shepherd strategic planning.
A first-of-its-kind qualitative study that helps pinpoint what leads military and veteran families to the point of food insecurity.
Our flagship national study provides critical insight into the support needs and well-being of our nation’s military families.
To end food insecurity, we must lessen stigma, promote help-seeking behavior, and remove barriers to food and nutrition assistance.
MFAN provides immediate on-the-ground relief to food insecure military families and works with partners to find long-term solutions.
MFAN connected thousands of families to vital information and resources through virtual programming focused on issues that impact military family well-being.
MFAN hosts three popular forums that focus on financial readiness, food security, and housing.