Foodies Fight Hunger
While my days are spent working on the issue of hunger at MAZON, in my spare time, I love creating recipes.
This Work Isn't Motivated by Quick Wins
I recently reconnected with an old friend. We had a great time catching up, but I also think he took pity on me after I explained what my job doing government relations involves on a day-to-day basis.
2016 National Hunger Seder
Last week marked our 2016 National Hunger Seder at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center!
Q & A with Ana Mendelson from Challah for Hunger
We're honored to have a Challah for Hunger representative on our Board and grateful for the valuable perspective it brings. Ana Mendelson, a senior at the University of Virginia and former Challah for Hunger chapter president, served as the first representative from CfH and shares some insight from her year of service.
Poverty to Rabbinical School: One Rabbi's Story
My story starts and ends with a rabbi.
The Do's and Don'ts of the SNAP Challenge
Though the SNAP Challenge often raises awareness about food insecurity, in the wrong hands it can perpetuate stereotypes and overshadow the voices of actual food-insecure people. This got me thinking: Is there any way at all to ethically participate in the SNAP Challenge?
Join with MAZON this Giving Tuesday and help us reach our goal of raising $50,000 to fight childhood hunger!
From the MAZON family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!
Veterans Day Twitter Chat
MAZON and Military Officers Association of America joins MomsRising #FoodFri Twitter chat to raise awareness about food insecurity among active duty military and veteran families.
The Fifth Question
As a mom, I spend a lot of time thinking about what my daughter eats. And if I stop thinking about it, even for just a minute, she reminds me!