Act now to end hunger.
Leaders in Congress really do listen to their constituents. Every letter you write to your representatives on Capitol Hill is read and cataloged – and tells your representative which issues to prioritize.
What You Can Do
You can act by speaking up for hunger on social media and in your community – whether that’s tagging your representative on Twitter, sharing a news story from our site, or speaking to your church about hunger.
Speak up on social media and tag your senator or representative.
Organize Community Efforts
Organize an Offering of Letters to Congress in your church or community.
For every dollar you donate, Bread helps win hundreds of dollars in federal government assistance for people experiencing hunger in the U.S. and around the world.
Impact at a Glance
Bread’s advocacy for International Development Association (IDA) funding means that 74 countries with high rates of hunger and malnutrition will be able to meet their population’s humanitarian and development needs.
Bread for the World’s efforts to expand and extend the Child Tax Credit helped reduce childhood poverty in the United States by nearly 30 percent by the end of 2021.
320 Million / 7 Billion
The policies and programs Bread fights for have impacted 320 million people in the U.S. and more than 7 billion people around the world.
Bread for the World members and activists contribute 100,000 thoughtful constituent contacts with Congress each year.
40 million people in the U.S. have been directly impacted by the increases in access, eligibility, and benefits that Bread for the World has fought for in SNAP.