Project Bread is a catalyst for change in Massachusetts—bringing people, funding, programs, and policies together to improve the lives and prospects of people across our state. But we could not do our work without the support of our diverse community. Get involved with our work, and make a lasting impact on local families and communities.
There are so many ways to get involved, and to make a difference: from advocating for change; to volunteering at one of our funded agencies, in our office, or at the Walk; to participating in the Walk for Hunger. And, of course, your financial support is always important as we continually develop, fund, and facilitate innovative programs that transform thousands of lives each year across our state. Support us—as an individual or a corporation—in our shared quest to end hunger in Massachusetts.
Beyond the significant dollars raised—and the 400 programs and agencies that benefit from the pledges of the 40,000 people who participate—the Walk is also a clear statement to policy-makers and funders about how much people within the Commonwealth care about those who are hungry—and how passionate they are about changing lives for the better.
Join us at the 2015 Walk for Hunger on May 3! Click here to learn more about how to walk, volunteer, or donate.
Your generosity makes our work possible. We offer practical help to hungry people, and at the same time we work to change the systems and circumstances that trap them in a cycle of hunger. Your donation is a hand up—not a handout—and an investment that will change the story of hunger in Massachusetts.
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Chef Vanessa LaBranche is in THE KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market every Thursday creating simple, yet mouth-watering dishes from the bounty of the season—on a budget every family can embrace.
Attendees will learn how to prepare easy, tasty recipes that do not require much time, skill or money to prepare. Classes are FREE, open to all, and accessible by public transporation.
100 Hanover Street at Haymarket Station
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