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We could not do our work without the support of our diverse community, including Walkers, donors, public policy makers, teachers, and Volunteers.

Spotlight Sarah Wolfson

Hi! I’m Sarah Wolfson, and I started interning with Project Bread’s Child Nutrition Outreach Program (CNOP) in January as a Youth Ambassador for Share Our Strength | No Kid Hungry.

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Alex 2018 Walk impact story spotlight

"Between, school, work, and taking care of my mom, I can't keep up."

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Spotlight image_Stephen Peacock

Stephen Peacock has been walking since 2007 and is the team captain of Hoyas Against Hunger.

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Filed under: Spotlights, Heart & Sole Circle, News and Events, The Walk for Hunger

Maria year end story

Here he was, a five-year-old boy back on the exam table, visiting the clinic again for a follow-up, still not over the cold he came in for three weeks ago. 

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Maria year end story 2_final

Do you know what I love most about the New Year? Everyone gets a fresh start.

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Erin year end story

Despite working hard her whole life and carefully saving for retirement, Joan never could have planned for this.

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Maura year end story

The answer from the kids was always the same — "no."

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Khara year end story

I could hear it in her voice—she was upset.

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acton wage

Through our FoodSource Hotline, Project Bread hears how hardworking Massachusetts residents have to make impossible choices: deciding between skipping meals and paying bills or purchasing medication.

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Susans Story Spotlight

After a lifetime in the workforce, Fitchburg resident Susan was looking forward to retiring. She had carefully planned for her future before deciding to retire, budgeting for her life on a fixed income. Heartbreakingly, Susan’s daughter lost her battle with cancer and placed her two grandchildren, ages 10 and 12, into Susan’s primary care. "I didn’t know where to turn. I was just looking for anything that could help," Susan says. "I love my grandkids but I felt like I couldn’t do enough with the limited income I receive."

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