Join Ellen Parker, executive director of Project Bread at the 49th Walk for Hunger and 5K Run on Sunday May 7, 2017 to affirm our values and the power of community in defending good food as a basic right. The money raised through the Walk directly funds more than 300 programs across the state that ensure everyone as access to nutritious food in their communities.
All the state funding for our Chefs in Schools program was unexpectedly cut! We need your help to recover $250,000 of lost public funding to continue our work to transform school food in more than 100 low-income Massachusetts schools this school year.
The gym at the East Boston Social Center was filled with people on Saturday, March 11. But no one was playing sports - they were painting signs for the 2017 Walk for Hunger!
On December 6th, 2016 we hosted our first ever Holiday Chef Cook-Off at the Boston Public Market to determine which Project Bread Chef Educator could cook the crowd-favorite holiday appetizer.
Join Project Bread for the exclusive launch and signing of anti-hunger activist Andy Fisher's new book, Big Hunger: The Unholy Alliance Between Corporate America and Anti-Hunger Groups, at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26 at St. Paul's Cathedral. Learn more about his book from Civil Eats.
Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline answered over 46,000 callers from across Massachusetts in 2014.
The REC is building healthy and sustainable communities in Worcester.