Statement: MAZON Calls for Holistic Solutions to Address Growing Food Insecurity Among College Students
Stories of hunger among college students have been widely documented in the press, resulting in, among other actions, senators calling on the Government Accountability Office to study food insecurity at American colleges and universities.
SNAP: Our Nation’s Frontline Defense Against Hunger
For many of us, our Jewish values and ideals have shaped us as committed advocates for social justice. As advocates, we are reminded daily that our work is not easy. We are also reminded daily that our work is imperative.
MAZON Responds to President Trump’s Address to Congress
Abby J. Leibman, President and CEO at MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, today issued this statement in response to President Trump’s address to a joint session of Congress.
SNAP Series #1: We Cannot Stand Idly By...
The new Administration has spoken. And it is clear from the recent executive orders and policy prescriptions under consideration that this Administration and Republican leaders in Congress are ready and willing to wage a war on the most vulnerable among us.
Statement: MAZON Dismayed by Nomination of Governor Sonny Perdue as Agriculture Secretary
While we have serious concerns about decisions made during Sonny Perdue’s two terms as governor of Georgia, we welcome the opportunity to work with him to become a strong supporter of federal nutrition assistance programs.
This Is Hunger: Stories of Hunger Where You Least Expect
Stories of hunger where you least expect it are plentiful – yet they are hidden from view.
Statement: MAZON Supports Nomination of David Shulkin as Veterans Affairs Secretary
Abby J. Leibman, president and CEO at MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, released this statement today in response to the announcement that Dr. David Shulkin has been nominated Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
Post-Election Federal Policy Update - December 2016
The surprising results of the 2016 election cycle have sent shock waves through the political world, leading advocates and interest groups scrambling to comprehend and plan for the new reality ahead. The implications for federal anti-hunger policies are chilling, with evidence of a more difficult political environment already playing out in the recently concluded Lame Duck session of Congress.
Statement by the National Anti-Hunger Organizations
Our organizations, which make up the National Anti-Hunger Organizations, are committed to ensuring a strong and effective national nutrition safety net for vulnerable, low-income individuals and families. With a united voice, we reflect on the hunger problem in America and its solutions as we transition to a new president and a new Congress.
This Is Hunger Opening Night Gala
Last week, on November 16, we took an evening off to celebrate the (years of) work behind This Is Hunger.