Urging our nation's leaders to end hunger
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June 2011 Newsletter

Amid the tense budget climate in Washington, DC, Bread for the World members are urging their elected representatives to form a circle of protection around programs for hungry and poor people when Congress considers legislation to reduce federal deficits.

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May-June 2012 Newsletter

We’ve accomplished much over the last six months, especially in preventing massive cuts to programs vital to hungry and poor people. And—for the first time in history—a sitting president delivered a major speech on hunger, a clear sign that global hunger and malnutrition has moved higher in the administration’s list of priorities.

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February - March 2011 Newsletter

Bread for the World is beginning our 2011 Offering of Letters campaign – focused on making U.S. foreign assistance more effective in reducing hunger and poverty--in a political environment that is deeply partisan. But hunger is not a partisan issue so we are cautiously optimistic.

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October-November 2011 Newsletter

It’s up to the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction (or Super Committee)—a group of 12 members, three from each party in each house—to create a proposal that will cut trillions from the deficit. We want them to protect funding for programs for hungry and poor people.

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April - May 2010 Newsletter

Bread has met nearly all of our goals for the 2009 Offering of Letters, which urged Congress to make U.S. foreign assistance more effective for hungry and poor people.

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July - August 2010 Newsletter

David Beckmann's award recognizes Bread as "one of the world's foremost grassroots organizations leading the charge to end hunger and poverty."

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