Bread: July - August 2012 Newsletter
Urge your member of Congress to form a circle of protection around funding for programs vital to hungry and poor people.
In the last six months, Bread for the World has successfully prevented massive budget cuts to programs vital to hungry and poor people.
"When I speak, it’s not just my own shout, but rather, the roar of the 1 billion who go to sleep hungry every night."
On June 12, Bread for the World joined 150 prominent evangelical leaders, churches, and relief organizations in endorsing the “Evangelical Statement of Principles on Immigration.
"Bread for the World members were successful in helping defeat harmful amendments that would have cut SNAP further."
For Jana Prescott, physical impairments cannot slow one’s zeal to speak the truth on behalf of hungry and poor people.
Nearly 70 young religious leaders came to Washington, DC, for Bread for the World’s Hunger Justice Leaders training on June 9 to 11.