Project Bread's Walk for Hunger
Thank you — we still need your help!
At Project Bread’s 45th Walk for Hunger, 30,000 Walkers and 1,700 Volunteers raised an estimated $3.1 million to support community-based programs that assist hungry people across Massachusetts.
As the first large, public gathering since the Boston Marathon, Project Bread was faced with a unique and unprecedented challenge this year. Fundraising and registrations for the Walk were immediately impacted, and the event ended down by a half million dollars. Despite this, the Walk was a splendid demonstration of a community coming together for a common goal.
“Today’s Walk for Hunger was a triumph, and a true expression of the resiliency and heart of Massachusetts,” said Ellen Parker, executive director of Project Bread. “I have never been more proud of our community of Walkers and supporters than I am today.”
Many people are a paycheck away from a food crisis, and Project Bread still needs your help.
Here are some things you can still do to help us support those in need!
|•||Support a specific Walker or Team|
||Donate to The Walk for Hunger.|
|•||Find out about employer matching gifts.|
|•||Log in to your Walk Center to update your personal page and your fundraising total, and email donors to tell them about your Walk!|
Thank you Walkers, Volunteers, donors, and sponsors!