Christ the King Lutheran Church members speak up for hungry people.
This article originally appeared in the December 2010.
Hunger Justice Leader Nicole Schmidt talks about her advocacy in Ohio and the importance of sharing personal stories with elected officials.
This article originally appeared in the September 2010 Newsletter.
Youssef kept Bread’s national office humming and happy for 27 years.
This article originally appeared in the June 2010 Newsletter.
Joan Neil of Chicago discusses her current work for hungry people and how Bread fits into her family history.
This article originally appeared in the April - May 2010 Newsletter.
Bread board member Elizabeth Henry talks about the moment she heard God’s call to work for social justice.
This article originally appeared in the February - March 2010 Newsletter.
Kathleen Shapley-Quinn and her husband Todd, both physicians, combine advocacy with volunteer work in Chapel Hill, NC.
This article originally appeared in the January 2010 Newsletter.
In Bethlehem, PA, Clarke and Ardis Chapman work together to boost Bread's effectiveness.
Every year, Bread for the World is blessed to work with remarkable young adults with promising futures in advancing social justice. One such opportunity is the Art Simon Fellowship, which provides a one-year paid position to join Bread’s legislative strategy team.
Bread for the World members lead busy lives. One Minneapolis couple, Peter Eckman and Erika Olson, recently let us know how they juggle a bustling household with their desire to make a positive difference.
Like many others, Cindy Levin’s path to Bread for the World led through her church, First United Methodist Church of Evanston, IL. In 2007, the Illinois native wanted to see her elected representatives take more action against hunger and poverty. As a busy mother of two toddlers, Levin felt slightly cut off from the world. She was eager to help but limited as to how much she could do.