While WIC in Tennessee has seen a slight increase during the pandemic, we still only reach 43% of eligible women and children with this important food and health resource. As hunger rates continue to climb due to the pandemic, WIC can ensure that more moms and young children have enough healthy food to eat. Join us for a discussion about WIC, who is eligible, how to apply, and how the program has adapted during the pandemic. There are also opportunities to advocate for WIC program improvements. We will share how we can advocate together for positive change.