Bread in the News
Bread for the World said today that recent food stamp cuts has eliminated 150 million meals for Americans in need. Families are now facing the prospect of a Thanksgiving holiday with little or no food in the house.
examiner.com on November 18, 2013
As Congress debates cuts to the federal food stamp program, nonprofit food banks across the region already supplement the needs of those people who struggle to feed their families.
The Roanoke Times on November 10, 2013
Flathead Valley leaders who help feed the hungry hope a local showing of “A Place at the Table” will be the springboard for more community advocacy in fighting hunger.
Daily Inter Lake.com on November 8, 2013
Like Rust Belt cities such as Baltimore and Detroit, rural towns across America have experienced population declines in recent decades.
Immigration Impact on November 5, 2013
The food stamp stimulus President Obama implemented in 2009 has expired, cutting aid to 47 million Americans. On average, a family of four will get $36 less each month for food.
The Voice of Russia on November 5, 2013
"Whoever has two coats must share with anyone who has none; and whoever has food must do likewise." (Luke 3:11)
National Catholic Reporter on November 2, 2013
The recent federal government shutdown was especially disastrous for poor people across the country, according to one advocate for the poor.
Iowa Farmer Today on October 31, 2013
Bread for the World Urges Congress to Protect Food Stamps and Improve International Food Aid in the Farm Bill
As millions of families brace for automatic cuts to SNAP (the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or food stamps), members of the House and Senate meet today to finalize a farm bill that will impact vital anti-hunger programs–specifically SNAP and international food aid.
Ace News Services on October 31, 2013
Approximately 4.7 million African-American households will see their monthly food stamp allotment dramatically reduced beginning on Friday, Bread for the World reported this week.
The NorthStar News & Analysis on October 31, 2013
A sermon preached on Bread for the World Sunday in All Saint’s Episcopal Church, Princeton, Year C, Proper 24 on Luke 18: 1-8 by the Rev. Hugh E. Brown, III, D. Min., Rector, Sunday, October 20, 2013
All Saints' Church on October 30, 2013
...Hunger feels like pincers,
like the bite of crabs;
it burns, burns, and has no fire.
Hunger is a cold fire.
The Huffington Post on October 29, 2013
Grassroots activists are doing their part, individuals are doing their part, and it is now government’s turn to do its part by setting a goal to end hunger. We must tell our leaders that balancing the budget on poor and hungry people is distasteful and careless.
Humanitarian News on October 28, 2013
As you look down the line of people waiting to get into our local food pantries, you find a multitude of different stories, social backgrounds and education levels, but what is common among many of them is fear.
Indystar.com on October 24, 2013
examiner.com on October 22, 2013
Tied to the World Food Prize Foundation’s 2013 Borlaug Dialogue, the Skoll World Forum is featuring several keynote speakers writing at the nexus of three subjects central to the global challenges we face in the 21st century: biotechnology, sustainability, and climate volatility.
Forbes on October 19, 2013
Overlooked in the stories of national park closures and war memorial barricades are the millions of hungry people, here and abroad, who have been hurt most by the federal government shutdown.
globegazette.com on October 16, 2013
A group of 40 agricultural, maritime, non-governmental and private voluntary organizations, ports and harbors, and faith-based organizations recently detailed in a letter to farm bill conferees what the coalition supports in terms of food-aid policies and programs in the next farm bill.
Feedstuffs on October 16, 2013
The government shutdown is hurting poor people, and it will only get worse next year if the impasse over the federal budget continues, said David Beckmann, president of Bread for the World.
DesMoinesRegister.com on October 16, 2013
While Empty Bowls has focused the community’s attention on local hunger prevention efforts, an addition to this weekend’s event will look at the issue from a national and global level.
stevens point journal.com on October 15, 2013
According to a report released in September by the University of Missouri-Columbia, the percent of people who have inadequate access to food rose more in Missouri than in any other state in the nation from 2000 to 2010.
St.Louis PublicRadio on October 15, 2013
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