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Here's When Soup Kitchens Most Need Your Time, Donations
Hint: It's not Thanksgiving.
'America Needs Germany's Help': Video Makes Serious Point About Struggling Families In U.S.
The 30-second “Germany for America” spot, for example, features a stoic child clutching her stuffed bear while sitting on
Los Angeles County Has The Largest Food Insecure Population In The U.S. Here's Who's Helping
Though breakfast is available in most public schools across the U.S., for example, nearly half of low-income students didn’t
'Hunger Doesn't Take A Spring Break': Food Banks Bring Meals To Needy Kids When School's Out
Spring break is rarely a picnic for low-income kids. But the situation is even more difficult for students who attend schools
A Whopping 76% Of Teachers Say Kids Come To School Hungry. Here's What's Being Done
Find out more about Share our Strength, the group behind No Kid Hungry and support their programming through the widget below
Nearly Half Of Low-Income Kids Don't Eat Breakfast. Here's 1 Way To Fix That
Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter Often, however, it isn’t a lack of resources that keeps these struggling children
Food Waste is a Serious Problem in The U.S.
Communication Manager, Content Producer, Feeding America
Through innovative monitoring and tracking technology, a network of 200 food banks across the country, a dedicated volunteer force and one of the largest fleets of trucks in the nation that helps move rescued food safely and efficiently, we have managed to rescue billions of pounds of food
Breast Cancer Survivor Who Can't Afford $80 Life-Saving Medicine Says Christmas Will Be Tough
After learning she had breast cancer in September 2013, Annie underwent four months of chemotherapy and four weeks of radiation
Mom Of Four Proves You Can Still Help Others, Even If You Need Help Yourself
When Angela Crangle was growing up in Tennessee, she didn't wake to find a wealth of gifts under the Christmas tree each
Side-By-Side Photos Of What Rich And Poor Eat Reveal 'Glaring Disparities' Worldwide
But soon after starting the project, the photographers realized hunger -- and the vast pain it causes -- is still very much
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Legally Blind Single Mother Living On $21,000 Is Just Grateful To Finally Have A Turkey This Year
"They make me feel like it’s OK to come there," Vaughn said. "It’s never a place of embarrassment, no matter what time of
Kids Struggling With Hunger Share What They Are Most Thankful For This Holiday Season
Showing Thanks For A Favorite Fruit Struggling families typically can’t afford the luxury of buying healthy food because
8 Impossible Choices People Who Can't Afford Food Make Every Day
Pay Utility Bills or Put Food on the Table Pay for Housing or Ease Hunger Pangs In its recent study on the growing problem
Reddit Users Share 'Wow, We Were Poor' Memories, Highlight Reality For Struggling Families
One in six people is struggling with hunger in America right now. "I remember begging to go to McDonald's, where I would
Technology Won't Solve Hunger
Technology will cure hunger, say people who create technology. In his “silicon gospel” (as it’s described by the Los Angeles
If You Are Not Hungry, Then No One In America Should Be Hungry
Here’s something not to bring up while mooching free grub as a dinner guest. In the United States -- right now -- 50 million
Parents Unite Against Hunger
Creator, Moomah the Magazine
The film shows that hunger, for children and people as a whole, is a problem that America has solved in the past and can solve again if average Americans demand it.
A Place at the Table
shows us that it's easier than we think.
‘Witnesses To Hunger’ Take You To Places Where Food Is A Luxury—in The USA
Mariana Chilton Ph.D. is one of the forceful anti-hunger activists who infuse A Place at the Table with the sense that no
From Up on High: A Movie Review of
A Place at the Table
Lloyd I. Sederer, MD
Chief Medical Officer, New York State Office of Mental Health
The ironies abound in this lean 84-minute documentary. Obesity in this country is shown to be often a sign of hunger and poverty, unlike in very poor, developing countries, where hunger and poverty leave people all skin and bones.
Developing a System of Accountability
Director, Texas Hunger Initiative, Baylor University
We as a nation cannot agree upon who is at fault for poverty and whose responsibility it is to address it. We are bent on it being one type of problem and one sector's responsibility.
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