10 Ways Christians Can Help End Hunger During Elections

December 8, 2015
  1. Develop an “elevator speech” explaining why ending hunger is important to you as a Christian.
  2. Register to vote.
  3. Write a letter to your local newspaper saying that ending hunger is a priority for you as a voter.
  4. Learn what the candidates are saying about ending hunger.
  5. Speak at candidates’ town hall meetings about the importance of ending hunger.
  6. Engage your friends. Make sure they are registered to vote and know what the candidates are saying about ending hunger.
  7. Magnify your voice by combining it with those of thousands of other Christians. Become a member of Bread for the World. Hold an Offering of Letters.
  8. Engage your church/campus.
  9. Give money and volunteer time to candidates who are committed to ending hunger.
  10. VOTE for candidates who are committed to ending hunger.

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