Bread: October - November 2010 Newsletter
With the release of the strategy, Bread members win an important victory in our efforts to make U.S. foreign assistance more effective in reducing poverty.
Lynne Hybels reflects on what God is really asking us to do in Isaiah 58.
When Congress returns after the elections, the expiration of major tax cuts will top the agenda, including the EITC and Child Tax Credit improvements.
Send Bread for the World Christmas Cards; 2011 Hunger Report Released in November; Update on Matching Fund Contributions; “Unauthorized Immigration, Hunger, and Poverty”
At least three groups of people in our country (African-Americans, Latinos, and children younger than five) have poverty rates of 25 percent or higher.
An organization bringing change: “We live in an era when hunger is not inevitable.”
Activists appeal to their representatives’ sense of fairness – and their sense of math – in visits to support tax credits for working families.