Project Bread’s Spoons Project, in partnership with Jordan’s Furniture, is an inspiring way for young people to learn about hunger and help their neighbors in need.
This article from the New York Times Magazine details how the once-bipartisan school lunch program has become a political battleground.
Students from Haverhill High School's Life Skills class recently harvested produce from the school's handicap accessable garden to create a healthy "Texas Caviar" salsa.
Lynn Economic Opportunity, Inc (LEO) kitchen staff celebrated the completion of their culinary training through the Chefs in Head Start program.
Congratulations to Arbella Insurance Group's President and CEO John Donohue for receiving the 2014 Lewis Family Foundation CEO Social Leadership Award! View his acceptance speech from this year's Corporate Citizenship Summit.
Join us for an evening of bowling and fun at this year's Strike Out Hunger Bowl-a-thon on November 19th, 2014!
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Children make up 45% of all SNAP recipients.
Groundwork Lawrence is one of Project Bread's innovative funded agencies.