Pan African Young Adult Network (PAYAN) leaders are hosting a webinar series about current issues related to hunger justice.
Rev. Eugene Cho, Bread for the World's new president, begins his tenure this week.
Bread for the World's statement denouncing racial injustice and inequity. ...
This is a renewed season of Pan African agency and global solidarity.
Thousands of online letters sent to Congress on nutrition during this year's Advocacy Summit....
We are welcomed and received by God no matter where we find ourselves.
Yemen has been in crisis since its brutal civil war began in 2015.
The Charitable Alumni of FAMU and Tuskegee partnered with Tuskegee Wesley to raise funds to assist the local Harlem community, as...
Fire is a powerful symbol of the Holy Spirit in the Christian faith.
Join your regional organizer and others in your area for an update on the 2020 Offering of Letters.
Hundreds of Bread members to gather online for this year's Advocacy Summit.
David Beckmann to retire as president of Bread for the World and the Alliance to End Hunger in June.
Despite financial hardship caused by COVID-19, Growers Alliance continues to serve by giving free coffee to essential workers.
Data shows people of color have a greater risk of becoming infected and a greater risk of death from COVID-19.
Living through a pandemic takes resilience. First-time mom Flor Abad knows a little something about that.
SNAP is one of the most effective ways to reach low-income households and provide help in recessions.
Can we live in a world where hunger is no longer a source of death?
The disproportionate numbers of illnesses and deaths related to COVID-19 in the Pan African community are alarming.
Currently, there are 2.3 million people incarcerated in the United States.
Like any business, it takes more than faith for churches to meet payroll to pay wages and meet other costs.