MAZON files Amicus Curiae brief in The American Legion et al. v. McDonald
Providing access to food is the least this nation owes to its returning and injured soldiers.
We will never food bank our way out of hunger
Among the myths about hunger in America frequently repeated is the notion that it is better for local charities to feed people, not the government.
Rural Work: Hunger Among Native American Communities
What Happened in D.C. at Year's End?
50 Years of SNAP!
The “modern” version of the food stamp system was created 50 years ago. What is SNAP? Why was it created and who uses it?
My Year on Food Stamps and What the Cuts to SNAP Will Mean
With the passing of the Agricultural Act of 2014, I feel it especially important to share my personal story of food insecurity.
6 Facts About Senior Hunger
Current statistics reveal that nearly 5 million Americans aged 65 and older are food insecure.
Prioritizing Senior Hunger
Our ‘golden years’ are often glamorized as a time of leisure and endless enjoyment. (Isn’t that the retirement we all dream about?) Unfortunately, the daily reality for many retirees in the United States isn’t so rose-colored.
What does Advocacy Mean to Us?
Advocacy is at the core of MAZON’s social justice work, yet it’s a term that’s often misunderstood.
Protecting our nation’s freedom from want
Seventy years ago, President Franklin Roosevelt delivered his historic “Four Freedoms” address to Congress and asserted that Americans, and all citizens of the world, had an essential human right to “freedom from want.”