Bread Enews 2015-10-10

October 13, 2015 at 6:18 am Leave a comment

Bread Galvanizes Support for Ending Hunger Among U.S. Faith Community During Pope’s Visit

Through various events and outreach efforts during the visit of Pope Francis last month, Bread for the World rallied the faith community around the goal of ending hunger by 2030. Read more.

The Pope and Politics

The pope’s visit to the U.S. last month was religion and politics, faith and government intersecting at the highest level. Read more.

Pledge to End Hunger Along the Pope’s Path

The pope’s U.S. visit helped shine a light on many issues contributing to hunger, such as poverty, climate change, immigration, and apathy. Read more.

In wake of Francis’ visit, Congress gets a list of ‘must-do’ tasks

Pope Francis brought humility and a sense of shared purpose to that place in Washington known for distrust, dysfunction, and division: the U.S. Congress. Read more.

Join us for a Week of Prayer for an End to Hunger Oct. 12-18. Prayer is not just a way to communicate with God. It also empowers us to do what God requires. Read more.

Bread has won a 2015 Thoth Award, which are given annually by the National Capital Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.

Last chance to get your Bread for the World Sunday Resources

2016 Hunger Report Coming Soon


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