Take action against hunger on #GivingTuesday
Last week we responded to more than 700 families struggling to afford enough to eat. We are proud of the support we give. It's working, but there are so many more people we haven’t helped yet.Will you make a donation today?
Staci is a nurse and mom to two little ones, 8 and 10. Recently, she was injured on the job but getting her workman’s comp has been a slow and challenging process because agencies are understaffed and dealing with lots of backlog. Having now exhausted her savings, she called Project Bread after getting our postcard.
She is having a hard time paying her mortgage, utilities, and most importantly putting food on the table. “I’ve been a nurse for almost 13 years. Never did I think I would switch from being the person helping every day to now needing help just to keep my kids fed,” she told us. Our counselor helped Staci apply for SNAP over the phone and even gave her a referral to one of our pantry partners who is giving out Thanksgiving dinners.
“I am so relieved for a chance at bringing back some tiny sense normalcy —not spending every minute in a panic.”
It's about more than food. Project Bread prevents hunger in Massachusetts by making it easier for people to access and afford food with dignity - money for groceries, healthy meals for kids in their schools and all summer long, an expert helping you navigate your options to finally make ends meet.
Your #GivingTuesday donation will support schools providing free school meals to all students in Massachusetts this year! You will help them navigate the challenges they are facing throughout the pandemic, including issues around meal quality, menu fatigue, product shortages and supply chain challenges.
Your donations will provide one-on-one counseling and sevices to individuals experiencing food insecurity with complex medical issues.
Your gift helps connect families and individuals struggling with food insecurity access sustainable and reliable food resources – increasing SNAP enrollment substantially since the onset of the pandemic.
You can put connecting people and communities in Massachusetts to reliable sources of food at the top of your holiday giving list!Ways to Give