- About Hunger
- U.S. Hunger
- Global Hunger
- The Bible and Hunger
- Hunger and the U.S. Budget
- Solutions to U.S. Poverty
- Foreign Assistance
- Maternal and Child Nutrition
- Trade and Agriculture
- Climate Change
What's Happening in Congress
Listen: Bread's 2012 Hunger Report
Read our recent legislative update to find out the latest on Capitol Hill.
Track all the major events in the budget battles over the last two years and view important upcoming dates. Learn more about their implications.
Find out how your representative voted on key budget bills. Then urge Congress not to cut programs for hungry and poor people as they work to reduce the deficit.
Find out how your senators voted on key budget bills. Then urge Congress not to cut programs for hungry and poor people as they work to reduce the deficit.
The federal budget runs on a fiscal year (FY) rather than a calendar year schedule. Fiscal years start before their corresponding calendar years, running from October 1 of the preceding year through September 30.