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.
Meet MAZON: Abby J. Leibman
Welcome to the first installment of our new series designed to help you get to know us a little better: Meet MAZON!
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.”
Call to protect SNAP on December 4th!
Please call your Members of Congress on Wednesday December 4th, 2013 to voice support for SNAP.
Why is Breakfast in the Classroom an Important Program?
Breakfast in the Classroom is a relatively new program that quite literally, brings breakfast into the classroom in elementary schools with large percentages of students on free or reduced lunches.
Advocacy in Israel: MAZON visit July 18, 2013
On our last full day of meetings in Israel we visited the warehouse at Leket…
Advocacy in Israel: MAZON visit July 17, 2013
Today, we had several meetings that continued to highlight for us the that Israeli innovation is not solely in the field of technology.
Advocacy in Israel: MAZON visit July 16, 2013
Today we traveled to Be’ersheva, the largest city in the Negev desert in southern Israel, to meet with Be’er Sova.
Advocacy in Israel: MAZON visit July 14, 2013
Abby J. Leibman, President & CEO and Mia Hubbard, Vice President of Programs are in Israel, meeting with our grantees and gaining a deeper understanding of hunger in Israel.