Annual Gala to End Hunger brings together Bread members.
A weekly prayer series that appears each Friday on the Bread Blog.
Urge Congress to make the expiring earned income and child tax credit provisions permanent before leaving for Christmas.
By Todd Post, Bread for the World Institute
Third and final blog post on the upcoming 2016 Hunger Report.
The latest in a series exploring passages from The Poverty & Justice Bible.
“Give us this day our daily bread” is said in other ways.
A regular, non-comprehensive roundup of current news links on hunger and poverty issues from around the Web.
Travel writer and television host Rick Steves has set a new Christmas challenge for Bread for the World members....
A regular legislative update on policy that affects hunger and poverty moving in Congress.
Things may not be efficient in Washington, but our government is getting stuff done in far-away places like Zambia.
Tell Congress to finish the job on the budget, criminal justice reform, and the Global Food Security Act.
By Michele Learner, Bread for the World Institute
The role of U.S. foreign aid in helping countries raise more of their own...
By Faustine Wabwire, Bread for the World Institute
Re-introduction of aid bill a good sign toward ending hunger and poverty...
President Obama ‘bans the box’ for prospective federal employees.
Second of several blog posts on the upcoming 2016 Hunger Report.
Share the message of a world without hunger with Bread for the World Christmas cards.
After seeing the decimation the plagues had wreacked on Egypt, the Israelites stood on the edge of the Red Sea with Pharaoh's...
A new report makes important contributions to data on rural hunger. But women are still missing.
Women’s empowerment is key to ending hunger.
New budget deal replaces harmful automatic spending cuts, known as sequestration.
Congressional leaders and the White House reach federal budget deal.
Take action to connect children at risk of hunger with the meals they need to learn and grow.