Bread’s 4/2012 Update

April 11, 2012 at 5:50 am Leave a comment

Religious Leaders Fight Malnutrition On February 1, more than 40 religious leaders from denominations and relief organizations around the country filled Bread for the World’s conference room in Washington, DC. The goal? To build the advocacy voice of church leaders for improved nutrition for mothers and children. Read more »
Act Now Urge your members of Congress to form a circle of protection around programs for hungry and poor people. Read more »
Multiplying Goodness One of the Lenten season’s treasured readings is the story of the loaves and fishes. In it, a few loaves and a couple of fish not only feed thousands of people but there is an overflow of leftovers! It speaks to the kind of abundance that comes with sharing in the life and vision of Jesus. Read more »
Taxes and Budgets—’Tis the Season As tax season gears up, Capitol Hill is also immersed in budget negotiations as key congressional leaders present their ideas for how the country should spend its tax dollars. Read more »
Teamwork—for Hungry People Bread is truly a grassroots organization—and nowhere is that more obvious than in the work of Bread Teams. These groups are organizing events and leading Offering of Letters workshops in churches and communities across the country, spreading the word about effective ways to advocate for hungry and poor people. Read more »
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