Rooted in our shared Jewish values of tzedek (pursuing justice) and b’tselem elohim (respecting the inherent dignity of every person), MAZON empowers individuals and communities to address the unjust systems that allow hunger to persist. We invite you — as an educator, clergy member, community leader, or individual — to join us in speaking truth to power and creating what we know is possible: systems built on wisdom, compassion, mutual support, and meaningful opportunity.
MAZON’s synagogue partners play a vital role in raising awareness about the reality of hunger. Join us!
This program brings people together around the Jewish tradition of baking challah, donating the proceeds of sales to the fight to end hunger locally and nationally.
MAZON has created a suite of materials to help you educate and engage your community about the scope of hunger and how we work together to end it.
MAZON's materials aim to connect hunger-related education and advocacy with a variety of Jewish holidays.
Shabbat offers a weekly opportunity to speak about the Jewish teachings and traditions that ground our work to end hunger and injustice.
Urge Congress to Advance Solutions for Single Mothers Facing Hunger
Congress must improve access to vital nutrition benefits for single mothers and address the many circumstances and systemic challenges that contribute to hunger. Take action now.
MAZON Report, “Hungry in the Military”
As demand at food banks remains at an all-time high amid the COVID-19 pandemic, MAZON’s report — “Hungry in the Military: Food Insecurity Among Military Families in the U.S.” — details the persistent food insecurity among currently serving military families and offers solutions.