This year we've asked ourselves, our donors, and our Walkers a simple straightforward question: Who do you walk for? For me, that evokes specific memories, stories, and people who have challenged me, inspired me, and shaped our work at Project Bread. This year I walk and raise money for each of them.
In December 2015, the Boston Globe wrote an article, "Fresh-made meals a learning experience at school" detailing the partnership between Project Bread's Chefs in Schools program and Boston Public School's Fenway High. The article highlighted Project Bread's test kitchen at the new Fenway High School and the effort to transform school food into healthy meals that students want to eat across the Boston School District.
From now through Valentine's Day, show someone you care by donating to their Walk for Hunger page and you will both be entered to win a dinner and a movie package.
There's still time to support the 48th annual Walk for Hunger! Your gift will fund sustainable, community-based solutions to address the issues of hunger in Massachusetts.
In 2013, 10.6% of Massachusetts households—nearly 700,000 adults and children—were food insecure.
Malachi recognizes the importance of supporting our neighbors in the Commonwealth.