Your Walk for Hunger fundraising makes a difference. Just see how it impacted Alex and his mom.
Introducing the first-ever edition of The Hunger Advocate, our new bi-weekly round-up of news articles about issues that affect hunger in Massachusetts and beyond.
Hunger can be an invisible problem in our society, but one place it never hides is in children. Children are more vulnerable to the impacts of hunger, which shows in their diminished short- and long-term health. A child living in a food-insecure home is 31% more likely to be hospitalized than a child who has adequate access to healthy food.
On May 6, 2018, join your neighbors on Boston Common for Project Bread's 50th Walk for Hunger—an annual fundraiser and demonstration of our state's unified commitment to ending hunger.
Project Bread’s Food Source Hotline received over 28,000 calls from individuals looking for assistance in FY 2017.
Project Bread is pleased to announce that it is the recipient of a 2014 Cummings Foundation $100K for 100 grant.