Rose Archer's fraught introduction to motherhood propelled her into an advocate for other mothers.
The Offering of Letters led by Bread member Judy Hartley garners 101 letters on the Child Tax Credit.
Now Deborah, a prophetess, the wife of Lappidoth, was judging Israel at...
USDA' s Climate-Smart Commodities initiative and the West Africa Agricultural Productivity Program are examples of the potential...
FEWS NET accurately predicts famine months in advance. Countless lives can be saved by responding to warnings in time.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has more people who need nutrition assistance than any other country—about 26 million....
Bread members such as Barbara Sayles work with farmers to get food to people, food that would otherwise go to waste.
Opinion editorials or op-eds are a great way to bring attention to a cause.
Bread's Board of Directors selects new members.
New Mexico science researcher carrying Bread's work forward.
In 33 A.D. a group of women came to the tomb of Jesus to anoint His body.
Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine will cause hardship for lower-income people in the numerous countries that import food from...
Millions of women live below the U.S. poverty line and are vulnerable to hunger because of the gender pay gap.
Amber Burgin-Brothers works with other Black female farmers in North Carolina to expand community access to fresh, healthy foods....
Women and girls face disproportionate hunger in wartime because their social and economic roles are shaped by pervasive gender bias...
Dr. Wangari Maathai, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and pioneer in sustainable agriculture, mobilized women in Kenya to plant more than...
I appreciate the Lenten season because it helps me create rhythm in my life.
Esther’s call reminds us of our ongoing duty to pray and fast for justice.
Joining the Baker's Dozen monthly giving program is the most effective way to end hunger.
Millions of families got some financial relief last year when Congress expanded the Child Tax Credit for one year.
Anti-hunger advocates can draw inspiration from the three goals of the Decade for Persons of African Descent: recognition, justice...
Increased U.S. support for the African Development Bank in 2022 is essential to saving lives during a global pandemic.
Draft language in Justice for Black Farmers Act inspires new initiatives such as in conservation.
U.S. development assistance could support countries' own efforts to build racial equity-essential to ending hunger.
Most urgently, 570,000 people are facing famine across Ethiopia, Nigeria, South Sudan, and Yemen.
Love of Jesus. Love of family. Love of neighbor. The necessary ingredients for the embodiment of our advocacy work together.
The positive impact that the CTC has on millions of Americans proves a need for a continued extension.
Bread for the World has long-supported nutrition programs that focus on the critical first 1,000 days of a child's life.
Do you not know that you are God's temple and that God's Spirit dwells in you?
Register for your next regional online meeting—and bring a friend!