With Thanksgiving only a week away, Irene Li—owner of Mei Mei Street Kitchen and Restaurant and Project Bread Board Member—reflects on her own family traditions from Thanksgivings past, and what matters to her most: food, family, and social justice.
The Trump Administration has proposed changes to the "public charge" rule that will increase hunger among immigrant families—in Massachusetts and nationwide. Speak out against this attack by submitting a public comment they are required by law to read.
Read our statement on the proposed "public charge" rule and how it will negatively affect the state of food insecurity in MA and in the US as a whole.
Westwood's Temple Beth David to host their annual fundraiser for Project Bread and local food pantries.
Project Bread Holiday Cards & Holiday Recipes from the 7NEWS Team to benefit Project Bread. All proceeds help hungry families in Massachusetts.
SNAP benefits are a supplement to help low-income families afford an adequate diet. They do not cover the cost of food. The average SNAP benefit per person per meal is $1.38.
Mechelle grew up in Orange, MA and delivered mail in Royalston for 33 years. But after losing her job, finding stable work has been harder than she could ever imagine. After all, a lot has changed in these rural MA communities over the last 33 years.