Your Vision for Ending Hunger
In Massachusetts, over 700,000 people struggle to put a healthy meal on the table. Food pantries, soup kitchens, SNAP (food stamps), school meals, and WIC are critical resources for thousands of families, but we also know that some people are left behind.
Over the last six months, Project Bread has traveled across the Commonwealth to meet with anti-hunger leaders, public officials, emergency food program workers, food policy councils, school directors, health professionals, researchers, community organizations, and people experiencing hunger and poverty first hand to talk about what works and what doesn’t and new ideas worth exploring.
Now we’d like to ask for you input. What is your vision for ending hunger in your community? Which solutions do you think are most effectively supporting your neighbors who are struggling with hunger?
By filling out this survey and sharing it with others, you’ll be providing Project Bread with the invaluable information we need to better serve hungry people in Massachusetts. Thank you.
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