Every year, Bread for the World invites churches across the country to take up an offering — not of money, but...
In all of his work, he made ending hunger and poverty a top priority.
A weekly, year-long series on fragility and hunger rooted in themes from the 2017 Hunger Report.
A regular update on legislation moving in Congress that affects hunger and poverty.
By Jordan Teague, Bread for the World Institute
Only the most vulnerable refugees are resettled in countries like U.S.
By Cynthia Woodside, Bread for the World Institute
Poor, uninformed policy choices can wreak havoc in people’s lives.
Catholic women speaking on scripture and reflecting on how the texts relate to all Catholics today.
A weekly prayer series that appears each Friday on the Bread Blog.
A month-long series celebrating black leaders in honor of Black History Month.
Our Christian witness will be judged by the way we help our neighbors in need.
By Faustine Wabwire, Bread for the World Institute
The United States has always been a global leader in development.
People without documentation are among the most vulnerable to poverty and hunger in our country.
A husband and wife devote themselves to ending hunger.
I like to work for big goals—to address the cause of a problem.
As our nation undergoes this presidential transition, we pray: “Thy Kingdom Come.”