• Find Available Funding Now

    Explore this searchable database of healthy food financing funds and other grants, loans and incentives that can be used to finance a variety of healthy food access projects.
    Find Available Funding Now
  • SNAP Delivers Vital Assistance

    Retailers find the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is important for the communities they serve — and important for businesses.

    SNAP Delivers Vital Assistance
  • Healthy Food Retail Strategies

    Determining the best food retail outlet for a specific community can be a challenging process. Explore different models for healthy food retail and strategies you can use to ensure success.
    Healthy Food Retail Strategies
  • Resources Produced by the Portal

    Check out this collection of webinars, project profiles, tools, and resources produced by the Portal partners to advance healthy food access.
    Resources Produced by the Portal

What's New

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    Funding

    The Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive (FINI) Grant Program supports projects to increase the purchase of fruits and vegetables among low-income consumers participating in SNAP.  Applications due 12/12/16.

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    News & Events

    Find the latest media coverage related to healthy food access and sign up for events.

     

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    Policy Efforts & Impacts

    Learn about the impacts of the Healthy Food Financing Initiative - bringing jobs, economic development, and healthy food access to lower-income communities across the country.
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    Profile: Green City Growers Cooperative

    GCGC is an innovative employee-owned food production enterprise that provides quality employment opportunities, builds community wealth and assets, and promotes healthy food access.

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    Announcements

    $4.1 Billion in New Markets Tax Credits goes to major urban areas. NMTCs are meant to attract big investment into communities where those institutions would otherwise avoid making large, long-term investments.