Bread Enews for December

December 16, 2009 at 6:29 am Leave a comment

Bread   |  December 2009

Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad.

Bread is published 8 times a year for members of Bread for the World.

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Indian Girl 2009 Brought Setbacks and New Opportunities
Hunger is on the rise, but Congress and the administration are taking new initiatives to restore progress.
US Capitol Act Now!
Send a Christmas card to your members of Congress.
Bishop Don Williams God With Us
Bishop Don diXon Williams reflects on God’s presence in all circumstances.
Father - Son Introducing the 2010 Offering of Letters
Hunger is rooted in poverty. Our 2010 Offering asks Congress to protect and strengthen key tax credits that make a big difference in the resources available to low-income families.
Child Nutrition Wins in 2009  Child Nutrition Wins in 2009
Among the wins: the Hunger-Free Communities Program receives funding; new strategies for summer food programs.
Birmingham Dinner Local Bread Events Create a “Groundswell of Hope”
From Chicago to Connecticut to Alabama, Bread activists bring diverse groups together and help people visualize our issues.
 Helena Shilomboleni Art Simon Fellow Sees the Power of Bread from the Inside
Helena Shilomboleni, originally from Namibia and a graduate of the College of the Atlantic in Maine, works on international hunger issues for Bread.
Caulk Gun A Just and Sustainable Recovery: Hunger 2010
Bread’s 2010 Hunger Report is now available at What will it take to build an economic recovery that includes everyone and creates a strong foundation for the coming decades?

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