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The Prevalence of Hunger
Hunger has increasingly become the province of families in highly industrialized nations, including the United States and Israel.
Jews share a sacred duty to accept responsibility for the vulnerable people in our midst. MAZON seeks to uphold that obligation by embodying twin Jewish ideals: tzedakah (justice) and tikkun olam (repair the world). We employ three interrelated strategies as part of our holistic approach:
Working to ensure that hungry people have access to nutritious food today and that no one goes hungry tomorrow.
Awarding grants that empower anti-hunger organizations to work on behalf of hungry people in their communities.
Implementing innovative programs that advance knowledge and increase capacity within the anti-hunger movement.
Knowledge is power.
Find relevant parshot, curricula and activities that highlight our Jewish responsibility to care for the most vulnerable among us.
Learn about hunger, explore the depth and complexity of the issue, and embrace the Jewish responsibility to care for the poor and the stranger.
Leverage tools and webinars from throughout the anti-hunger movement to strengthen your effort to fight hunger in your community.