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October 23, 2014

Project Bread’s Spoons Project, in partnership with Jordan’s Furniture, is an inspiring way for young people to learn about hunger and help their neighbors in need.

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October 30, 2014

Today, all of us in the anti-hunger community lost a true friend.  From the very beginning of his tenure, Mayor Menino stood up for struggling families in our city.

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October 30, 2014

It’s that time of year again – Project Bread is now hiring our Walk for Hunger campaign team! Come join our dynamic staff and help us end hunger in Massachusetts!

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October 23, 2014

Order Project Bread holiday cards, or personalize a photo holiday card with your family's picture! Proceeds help feed our neighbors in need.

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October 16, 2014

This article from the New York Times Magazine details how the once-bipartisan school lunch program has become a political battleground.

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October 8, 2014

Students from Haverhill High School's Life Skills class recently harvested produce from the school's handicap accessable garden to create a healthy "Texas Caviar" salsa.

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Bowl With Us

Join us for an evening of bowling and fun at this year's Strike Out Hunger Bowl-a-thon on November 19th, 2014!

Sign up as an individual or create a team.

 

Hunger Facts

In 2012, 11.4% of Massachusetts households—over 700,000 adults and children—were food insecure.

11.4%
People Making a Difference

Q&A with Ashley Stanley, Founder of Lovin’ Spoonfuls.

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.