Bread: December 2012 e-Newsletter
Bread for the World’s analysis of the two recent budget proposals by President Obama and Speaker Boehner criticizes both for failing to include the principle that deficit reduction should not increase poverty.
As President Barack Obama sets his priorities for his second term, we need to remind him of his election promise to offer help and opportunity to the 22 percent of American children who live in poverty and the nearly 1 billion people worldwide who lack basic necessities.
To help our members and friends understand our advocacy work better, we've developed a chart that explains our various campaigns.
In late October, hundreds from agribusiness, academia, government, and nonprofits converged on Des Moines, Iowa, for the annual World Food Prize and the events that surround it.
Call your senators and representative today and tell them to push for a circle of protection around programs for hungry and poor people in the budget agreement.
Make your gift to Bread today and receive a special package from Rick Steves.
An early childhood development center in Honduras is an outgrowth of a countrywide effort to promote policies of early childhood care as well as address the severity of malnutrition among Honduran children.
Malnutrition contributes to the deaths of millions of young children every year, so reducing it is a critical step toward achieving Bread's mission of ending hunger in God’s world.
Rev. Paul Theiss and Nancy Satterford first learned about Bread for the World as a young married couple. Since then, Paul says he's introduced the organization to every congregation he's led.
For the past three summers, Church of the Pilgrims has grown food in its backyard to supplement the produce needed to create healthy and hospitable meals for our homeless neighbors.
2013 promises to be a very active year for advocates, members, and staff of Bread for the World.