Urging our nation's leaders to end hunger

These are challenging times, with a tense political climate and ongoing budgetary woes. Despite those difficulties, we must make ending hunger a top priority. Act now on the following issues:

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Reform U.S. Food Aid

Tell Congress to replace sequestration with a balanced plan that protects programs for hungry people. Sequestration jeopardizes programs that help hungry people lift themselves out of poverty.

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Alex and Andre / Bread for the World

Farm Bill: Preserve Funding for Hungry People

Any farm bill must not increase hunger in the United States or around the world. Tell Congress to protect and strengthen SNAP (formerly food stamps) and international food aid in the farm bill.

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Aid Beneficiary in Jonglei Sudan / Photo: Sara A. Fajardo/CRS

Support Poverty-Focused Development Assistance

Poverty-focused foreign assistance comprises less than 1 percent of the entire budget, but that small amount of funding has helped us cut extreme poverty in half over the last decade.

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Hmong Mother and Child / UN Photo by Kibae Park

Choose Mothers Over Inconvenienced Travelers

Moms make enormous sacrifices to protect their children. Nutrition programs, such as SNAP, WIC, and international food aid, help moms give their children the nutrition they need to thrive.

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Erika Carranza / Bread for the World

The Time is Now for Immigration Reform

Comprehensive immigration reform must address the root causes of undocumented immigration and the high rates of hunger experienced by undocumented individuals living in the U.S.

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