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Learn how you can support the largest community fundraiser to alleviate hunger in Massachusetts and raise the issue of hunger in our state. There's still time to donate to our 2020 fundraiser at the link below.

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Project Bread’s 53rd Walk for Hunger on May 2, 2021 will be virtual

The Walk for Hunger in 2020 was an inspiring success. This tremendous community raised over $1.3 million to respond to the hunger crisis being exacerbated by COVID-19. This is an incredible accomplishment — especially in such a challenging year. Registration for the 2021 Walk for Hunger will be opened Tuesday, February 9th. Mark your calendars!

Having enough food is a basic human right, and Project Bread's Walk for Hunger is one of the most important causes that I support.”

Heart & Sole Fundraiser and 29-year Walker, 2019 Walk for Hunger

The 2020 Walk for Hunger

Supporting COVID-19 crisis relief

In 2020, the 52nd Walk was transformed into a virtual event. The community responded with an outpouring of support to fulfill what has always been the promise of the Walk to help those most in need, raising $1.3 million for crisis relief. 

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Why Walk?

For a generation, The Walk for Hunger has been the achievement not of individuals or particular groups, but of an entire community.

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Our legacy

Over five decades of impact

In 1969, Patrick Hughes had an idea; The Walk for Hunger. He put his revolutionary idea into action to catalyze five decades of social justice, grassroots activism, and anti-hunger action in Massachusetts.

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The Commonwealth

Reigniting and inspiring grassroots engagement to build a movement of people passionate about ending hunger, The Commonwealth is a program that allows our anti-hunger partners to leverage the Walk for Hunger to support their own work and retain 60% of the funds raised by their team.

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