Project Bread is very concerned about the potential of a prolonged shutdown of the federal government.
You can help prevent hunger in Massachusetts.
Restricting access to food will harm low-income individuals in our state.
Anna Marchefka has been a teacher at Greenfield Middle School for six years. When she first started at the school, there was no school breakfast program, and she was spending a lot of her own money to make sure her students wouldn't be hungry. But three years ago the school implemented a breakfast in the classroom program, and now everything is different.
Registration is now open! Always on the 1st Sunday in May, join your neighbors on Boston Common to raise awarness and funds that support hundreds of programs across the state that help people access and afford food. Don't miss Massachusetts' largest and longest-running day of community action against hunger.
Project Bread funded more than 260 programs in more than 90 communities across Massachusetts in 2017.