Bread: July 2014 e-Newsletter
Bread for the World is gearing up to test its elections strategy for the mid-term congressional elections in November 2014. Bread’s strategy will be tested in the 10th District of Virginia, one of the prime battlegrounds in this year’s campaign. "Voting is a sacred obligation,” said Rev. David Beckmann, president of Bread for the World. “Giving time and money to candidates who have demonstrated their commitment to reducing mass hunger and poverty is an integral part of good stewardship." Read more »
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Call your senator and urge him/her to co-sponsor S. 2421, the Food for Peace Reform Act, which makes important reforms to U.S. food-aid programs.Read more »
Anti-hunger activists came to Washington, D.C., June 9 and 10 for Bread for the World’s National Gathering and Lobby Day.Read more »
Bread for the World's National Gathering was the rollout of its new Bread Rising campaign, which aims to end hunger by 2030.Read more »
Give Today and Double Your Impact; Plan Now for Bread for the World Sunday on Oct. 19; Presbyterians Affirm 1,000 Days campaignRead more »
"It is hard to put into a few words what my time with Bread for the World has meant to me. My heart is bursting with thanksgiving."Read more »
Elections aren't all about winning. Advocacy is also about being faithful and planting the seed.Read more »
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