A weekly prayer series that appears each Friday on the Bread Blog.
New Jersey church is encouraged by youthful energy and optimism in Congress.
Summertime is the perfect opportunity to contact your elected leaders and encourage them to make child nutrition a priority.
A group of Hondurans visit Bread’s office to share harrowing stories of their journey to the United States.
What does your candidate have to say about the issues?
Lifting the ban on SNAP (formerly food stamps) and TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) is essential to ending hunger and...
Cosponsors are needed for the Global Food Security Act. The act’s passage would make permanent the Feed the Future program.
A regular, non-comprehensive roundup of current news links on hunger and poverty issues from around the web.
By Michele Learner, Bread for the World Institute
Ending global hunger requires enabling and equipping all people — all 7...
A saying for a new generation: "If we can go to Pluto..."
This is a weekly prayer series that appears each Friday on the Bread Blog.
One aspect of Bread for the World’s...
Learn how you can contact Congress and tell them to feed low-income school children.
Events this week have shown the need again for reform of our immigration system.
The latest in a series exploring passages from The Poverty & Justice Bible.
By Faustine Wabwire, Bread for the World Institute
Bread for the World recently joined other leaders at a high-level event...
Bread for the World joins high-level political representatives at a...
A regular, non-comprehensive roundup of current news links on hunger and poverty issues from around the Web.
Maria Rose Belding, 19, believes in the power of lobbying.
Bread for the World has long supported the MDGs as a way to help the world’s poor move out of a cycle of hunger and poverty.
By Christopher Ford
Health care has been a hot topic in the news again since the Supreme Court’s ruling last month to uphold...