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December 10, 2014

Project Bread’s 2014 Status Report on Hunger finds working families are the new face of hunger.  Despite an economic recovery, more than 375,000 Massachusetts households still face food insecurity.

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February 23, 2015

February is matching gift month. Celebrate by doubling or even tripling your impact!

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February 11, 2015

To better serve this population, the FoodSource Hotline has created a dedicated “Senior Line” for seniors interested in SNAP/Food Stamps.

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February 4, 2015

You can support Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger by donating your Boston Globe GRANT to us!

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January 21, 2015

The third annual Farm to Cafeteria Conference happened on January 13th in Worcester, MA. Check out this great Boston Globe article that featured the day.

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January 19, 2015

Chefs in Head Start: stretching budgets, building skills… increasing the possibilities. Changing the food insecurity rate is going to take time and effort—and requires more than a “one-size-fits-all” solution. Project Bread programs provide people with the tools they need to improve their own lives.

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Support a Walker

Know someone who is participating in the 2015 Walk for Hunger?

Search for a Walker, Volunteer, or Team you know to donate to their Walk.

Hunger Facts

There are more than 350,000 students eligible for free or reduced price school meals in Massachusetts.

350,000
People Making a Difference

Congratulations to Daniel Christensen!

About Project Bread

Project Bread takes a fresh approach to ending hunger. We believe that the opposite of hungry isn't simply full — it's healthy. And because there's no single face of hunger, we develop multiple solutions that meet people where they are — solutions that provide people of all ages and walks of life with sustainable, reliable access to nutritious food.

Help For Hungry People

If you or your family is facing hunger right now, we want to help. Call our FoodSource Hotline at 1-800-645-8333 or visit Get Help to find resources that can make a real difference.