Each year Bread for the World invites churches and groups across the country to write personal letters and emails to their members of Congress on issues that are important to hungry and poor people.
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Hunger is a serious problem in America. Nearly 49 million Americans—including more than one in five children—live in households that struggle to put food on the table. ACT NOW »
Globally, the number of people living in extreme poverty has fallen by 400 million since 1990. This is mostly the result of much hard work by poor people themselves, but U.S. foreign assistance has played an important role. ACT NOW »
When times get tough in low-income households, the food budget is usually the first thing families cut. We can’t end hunger as long as people lack the financial resources they need to put food on the table.
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For more than 50 years, the United States has played an important role in alleviating global malnutrition and hunger, especially during emergencies. ACT NOW »