Make a Donation

When you give to Bread for the World, your gift is multiplied. For every dollar you donate, Bread helps win more than $100 in federal government assistance for hungry and poor people in the U.S. and around the world through its advocacy before Congress. When you donate, you also become a Bread member.

Make a gift to Bread for the World. Photo: UN / Simone McCourtie

Give Monthly

You can help end hunger every month of the year with ongoing gifts to Bread to the World.

Every month, you'll have the joy of knowing that every $1 you give is helping Bread win more than $100 in assistance through our federal government for hungry and poor people in the United States and around the world.

By joining our Baker’s Dozen monthly giving program, you’re standing up for our important mission to end hunger and showing your consistent, ongoing support for people in need.

By mobilizing Christians to advocate on Capitol Hill, we ensure our federal government serves the most vulnerable among us. Just a few dollars a month helps Bread's unique Christian advocacy make crucial changes that save lives.

Make a monthly gift

Scriptures speak to the role and responsibility of leaders in caring for poor people (Psalm 72; Jeremiah 22; Proverbs 31:8-9). Photo: Laura Pohl/Bread for the World

Give in honor of someone

Celebrate a special event — such as a birthday, wedding, or anniversary — or recognize someone special while supporting Bread for the World’s work to end hunger.

Your gift is an affirmation of our shared commitment to persuade our nation’s leaders to provide adequate food and nutrition so that people most in need might receive the gift of hope and life.

Together we are helping to win changes in U.S. government policy. Our persistent and faithful advocacy has transformed the lives of millions of hungry people. In the last few decades, the world as a whole, and developing countries in particular, have seen steady but slow progress against hunger.

Make an honor or memorial gift

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Planned Giving

You can leave a legacy of hope and further your impact in the lives of hungry people by including Bread for the World in your will, living trust, or other estate plan.

You can arrange a gift of a specific amount, a percentage, or even all or part of the residuum of your estate.

No matter your age, there’s no better time than now to make provisions for faithful stewardship of the gifts God has given you.

"I want to be remembered as someone who made a difference in lives of my family members, my students, and people who struggle with hunger and poverty," writes Mary Murphy of Northampton, Mass. "That’s why, after my children and grandchildren, Bread for the World is a part of my will." Learn more about planned giving.

Bread Blog is exploring passages from The Poverty & Justice Bible. Photo: Joe Molieri / Bread for the World

Our accountability

Every gift helps transform the lives of hungry people. Every dollar you give to support our advocacy helps Bread for the World secure hundreds of dollars in lifesaving assistance for families in the United States and around the world. We take seriously our role as fiscal stewards of the gifts entrusted to us. We work to keep our overhead rate low and maximize the use our funding. Learn more about our accountability.

Bread can be a resource and partner with you to empower your family, church, social ministry committee, campus group, community network, or Bible study group to raise its voice to end hunger.   Photo: UN / Martine Perret

Other ways to give

There are lots of ways to support our mission to end hunger. Does your employer match charitable donations? Do you shop online? Check out more ways to give.

"God loves a cheerful giver."

2 Corinthians 9:7

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Have we made progress?

795 million people experience hunger every day. Hunger exists in the U.S. just as it does overseas. But in the last few decades, the world as a whole, and developing countries in particular, have seen steady but slow progress against hunger. Together, we have helped make dramatic progress toward our goal of ending hunger at home and abroad. Our persistent and faithful advocacy has transformed the lives of millions of hungry people.  

from our Resource Library

For Education

  • The Nourishing Effect

    Hunger and food insecurity add at least $160 billion a year to U.S. healthcare costs.

  • Immigration is a Hunger Issue

    Why Is Immigration a Hunger Issue?

    People who live and work here without documentation are among the most vulnerable people in our country. They are more likely to live in poverty and to struggle to put food on the table. The national poverty rate is 14.8 percent, while immigrants as a...

  • El Hambre está relacionada con la inmigración

    ¿Por qué la inmigración es cuestión de hambre?

    Las personas que aquí viven y trabajan sin documentos se encuentran entre las más vulnerables en nuestro país. Tienen más probabilidades de vivir en la pobreza y de batallar para obtener alimentos. La tasa nacional de pobreza es de 14.8...

For Faith

  • The Bible on Health as a Hunger Issue

    A brief examination of the biblical approach to health as a hunger issue.

    Includes an introduction to the issue, a Scriptural reflection, practical actions you can take, and a prayer.

  • Bread Newsletter January 2016

    In this issue: Another Great Year for Bread; Catholics Begin Observance of Holy Year of Mercy; Serving on ‘God’s Wave Length’ for 39 Years; and more.

  • Interfaith Religious Leaders’ Pledge to End Hunger

    A wide array of the nation’s faith leaders have come together on the eve of Pope Francis’ arrival in the United States to commit ourselves to encourage our communities to work for the end of hunger by 2030 and, toward that end, for a shift in U.S. national priorities.

    We are deeply pleased...

For Advocacy