MAZON Mourns the Death of Representative John Lewis
John Lewis' memory will truly be a blessing, continuing to guide our path toward justice for all those facing hunger, poverty and inequity.
MAZON Praises New Report About Food Insecurity Among LGBT Older Adults
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger was the motivating force behind this qualitative research about food insecurity among LGBTQ older adults.
Fighting Hunger and Recommitting to Justice
With every passing day, it becomes clearer that we need policymakers to lead with wisdom and compassion, to address the growing rates of hunger and hardship, and to acknowledge and confront longstanding issues of racial and economic injustice that clearly exacerbate those hardships.
MAZON Commemorates Juneteenth & Recommits to Racial and Economic Justice
Today marks a day of commemoration of freedom, equality, and justice — the 155th anniversary of the day the last slaves in America were finally told they were free.
MAZON President & CEO Abby J. Leibman on the Importance of SNAP in the Wake of COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shockwaves through our healthcare and economic systems, spotlighting the gaping holes in our nation's safety net. Watch MAZON President & CEO Abby J. Leibman Speak on the Importance of SNAP in the age of COVID-19.
MAZON Stands in Solidarity With Racial Justice Protests
MAZON stands with those who face injustice throughout the United States.
Unanswered Questions, Obvious Answers: Hunger in the Age of COVID
This pandemic has exposed the gaping holes and inequities in our country’s safety net, and we can no longer ignore them, nor can we allow them to be ignored by our policymakers.
This Is Hunger: A Conversation with MAZON and Rep. Adam Schiff
On Tuesday, May 19th, MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger convened a virtual conversation with Congressman Adam Schiff (CA-28) about increasing hunger in the wake of COVID-19.
MAZON Pleased with SNAP Increases, Frustrated by the Continued Failure to Help Military Families Facing Hunger
The bill provides $3 trillion in economic relief for those affected by COVID-19, However, the HEROES Act fails to include a critically important provision to address the long-overlooked challenges of hunger among military families.
Congress Must Act Immediately for Military Families Facing Hunger
Currently serving members of the armed forces, often junior enlisted service members with multiple dependents, have been turning in desperation to emergency assistance for years, surviving with the help of the food banks and pantries that operate on or near every military installation in the country. Food pantries are now overwhelmed, as we are seeing in dramatic news images and headlines.