National Grid is an example of how corporate citizens can play a crucial role in addressing pressing issues facing our community.
At The Greater Boston Food Bank, September marks Hunger Action Month™— Feeding America’s annual nationwide campaign designed to raise awareness of hunger in the United States and inspire people to take action. During Hunger Action Month, advocates, supporters, and community leaders acros...
Every five years, Congress has the chance to fund critical programs that end poverty through the Farm Bill. Right now, legislators are undergoing deliberations over what will make it into the final bill this year to fund policy priorities for the next five years.
Our GBFB team dove into our Annual Community Day, joining forces with volunteers and partner agency teams to pack nutritious meals and load trucks with essential supplies.
Students and advocates from the Hunger Free Campus Coalition made their voices heard at at the Joint Committee on Higher Education hearing on September 18 in support of “An Act Establishing the Massachusetts Hunger Free Campus Initiative” (S835 / H1293).
This Hunger Action Month, GBFB’s Public Policy Manager reflects on why policy and advocacy are critical to our mission to end hunger across Eastern MA.