Bread: March 2014 e-Newsletter
Now that President Barack Obama has submitted his proposed FY 2015 budget, it is worth reviewing the annual budget process – and why it is such a crucial part of Bread’s advocacy work. This article has two web-only bonuses not included in the print edition: a timeline of the budget process and a list of what’s in the “basket” of poverty-focused development assistance (PFDA). Read more »
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Contact your members of Congress. Tell them you support robust funding for poverty-focused development assistance programs in upcoming budget negotiations.Read more »
As Bread for the World begins its 40th anniversary year, Rev. Arthur Simon, Bread's founder, reflects on how the organization started.Read more »
"We are facing a goal worthy of our generation ... It is the defeat of humanity's oldest enemies: poverty, hunger."Read more »
By purchasing food locally, USAID and WFP are able to save considerable time and money.Read more »
This year's Offering of Letters campaign brings Bread members on a journey of urging Congress to make reforms to our federal government's programs that provide food aid overseas.Read more »
Please answer this confidential questionnaire to help us know how to best inform and inspire you in our shared advocacy work to end hunger. If you've already taken the survey, you don't need to take it again. Thanks for your participation!Read more »
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