The Walk for Hunger: Sunday, May 2, 2010


Every mile, every volunteer hour, every dollar counts.

With the economy still struggling, many Massachusetts families are seeing their monthly income stretched beyond capacity. They are forced to go without food in order to pay their rent, utility, and medical bills. The demand for emergency food has never been greater with pantries and meal programs supported by Project Bread serving 57.3 million meals last year alone. Hunger is not just an urban problem — it exists in nearly every community throughout the state.

Your hungry neighbors have never needed you more. This is the year to participate in The Walk for Hunger, the country's oldest continual pledge walk and the largest one-day fundraiser to alleviate local hunger.

Your support will help provide nutritious meals for those who would otherwise go without, right here in Massachusetts.

83 days remaining until the 2010 Walk!

Visit ProjectBread.org to participate.

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