Bread Summer Newsletter

August 17, 2012 at 6:22 am Leave a comment

Surpassing the Summer Match Thank you for your generous support! You helped raise $180,000 — surpassing our summer match campaign goal of $150,000! An extra matching gift was also made so that even more donations could be doubled. With the matching gifts, we raised a total of $355,000 this summer. Your tremendous gifts will help fight for programs vital to hungry and poor people in the U.S. and abroad. Read more »

 

Raising Our Voices Louder This Fall In the last six months, Bread for the World members, staff, and people of faith have successfully prevented massive budget cuts to programs vital to hungry and poor people. Read more »

 

Act Now! Urge your member of Congress to form a circle of protection around funding for programs vital to hungry and poor people. Call the Capitol switchboard to be connected to your member of Congress: (202) 224-3121. Read more »

 

A Prophetic Call to Unity “Becoming one is no easy task. Racial, political, and socioeconomic lines tend to barricade us into classified cliques. But as I witnessed this past May during a visit to Rwanda, it is possible to engage a call to unity, even in the aftermath of a genocidal nightmare.” Read more »

 

Bread Joins Call for Immigration Reform On June 12, Bread for the World joined 150 prominent evangelical leaders, churches, and relief organizations in endorsing the “Evangelical Statement of Principles on Immigration.” Read more »

 

Overcoming the Odds: Jana Prescott For Jana Prescott, physical impairments cannot slow her zeal to speak the truth on behalf of hungry and poor people. Read more »
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