We can end

hunger in our time

"God has filled the hungry with good things." — Luke 1:53

I can help others
through…

Offering of Letters

Ofrenda de Cartas

Our Offering of Letters campaign focuses on feeding children in the U.S. Child nutrition programs are more important than ever. One in five American children lives in a family that struggles to put food on the table. Access to nutritious food throughout the year is essential to children's health, learning, and growth.

Knowledge is the best defense against hunger

What is hunger?


People who suffer chronic hunger do not get enough calories, essential nutrients, or both. They have an ongoing problem with access to food.

What causes hunger?


Poverty is the main cause of hunger in the world. This is true in rich and poor countries alike. Most people who are hungry are living in extreme poverty, defined as income of $1.25 per day or less.

Where does hunger exist?


795 million people experience hunger every day. Hunger exists in the U.S. just as it does everywhere. In the last few decades, the world as a whole has seen progress against hunger.

Who experiences hunger?


Anybody can experience hunger at any time. But certain groups and people living under certain conditions are more at risk.
An intelligent mind acquires knowledge — Proverbs 18:15

¿Qué es el hambre? ¿Qué causa el hambre?

in what ways

can we

end hunger

1
Community
Action
Ending hunger requires us to organize ourselves for action.
2
Faith
Action
God's grace moves us to help our neighbors.
3
Hunger
Programs
The federal government plays an important role in ending hunger.
4
Research
What causes hunger? What are the best strategies to end it?
5
Policy
Change
Bread is working on many issues to change legislation and policy.
We're active in your area. Meet your regional organizer

Stories from around the world

Library

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Hunger Report

Essay

Empower women. End hunger.

April 15, 2015

The 2015 Hunger Report shows why empowering women is vital to ending hunger.

Insights