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Hunger Free Vermont: Same mission to end childhood hunger, new name

One in six children in the county are deemed "food insecure."

-There are 15 summer food sites in Rutland County.

-35 percent of grade school and high school students are eligible for free or reduced-price meals.

-40 percent of those students are participating in school breakfast programs.

-44 percent of schools are offering afterschool snacks through the federal snack program.

-40 percent of child care centers participate in CACFP, the Child and Adult Care Food Program, which provides nutritious meals to preschool and afterschool programs.

-469 county residents served each month through the Commodity Supplemental Food Program.

Windsor County

In Windsor County, there was a 38 percent increase in 3SquaresVT (formerly known as Food Stamps) participation over the past year, with a total of 7,127 residents in the program, according to Hunger Free Vermont.

One in six children in the county are deemed "food insecure."

-There is one summer food site in Windsor County.

-33 percent of grade school and high school students are eligible for free or reduced-price meals.

-30 percent of those students are participating in school breakfast programs.

-22 percent of schools are offering afterschool snacks through the federal snack program.

-25 percent of child care centers participate in CACFP, the Child and Adult Care Food Program, which provides nutritious meals to preschool and afterschool programs.

-267 county residents served each month through the Commodity Supplemental Food Program.

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