#MAZONontheRoad: More Reflections from Mississippi
What did we learn about operating in Mississippi, and where is MAZON’s work headed in the months to come?
We can’t end hunger without confronting racism
Race has always played a defining role in our food system and in the politics of hunger.
A Lesson in Advocacy
Crafting a lesson that shows how food banks alone cannot solve hunger, and targeted advocacy is necessary to strengthen and protect our nation’s vital nutrition programs.
Statement: MAZON Applauds VA Action to Address Veteran Food Insecurity
Abby J. Leibman, president and CEO at MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, applauds recent effort by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs decision to implement food insecurity screenings for veterans.
#MAZONontheRoad: Reflections from Mississippi
Even as progress is being made to improve access to SNAP in urban neighborhoods and rural communities, millions of Americans are still struggling to put healthy food on the table.
This Fall, MAZON is embarking on an unprecedented effort to understand hunger in America and heighten our impact on it.
Statement: MAZON Responds to USDA Report on Food Security
It is shameful that 15.6 million American households continue to struggle to put enough food on the table each day.
MAZON Announces New Quick Reaction Fund
Short-Term Funding to Anti-Hunger Advocates Helps Efforts to Protect Americans Struggling with Hunger
Native Hunger, Native Advocacy
Hunger in Native American communities is prevalent and staggering, but MAZON is partnering with advocates who are working towards a brighter future.
Tips for Effectively Engaging Elected Officials at Public Meetings
Town hall meetings and other public forums offer important opportunities to ask Members of Congress questions about their position on anti-hunger policy issues and encourage their support for proposals to help end hunger in the United States.