Urging our nation's leaders to end hunger

Quote of the Day: Nadine Blackwell

Nadine Blackwell, at home in Philadelphia (Joseph Molieri/Bread for the World).

"It doesn’t matter your color, religion, your political party—if you are poor, you are poor. And we all have the same problems—locally, nationally, and globally."

 —Nadine Blackwell, a registered nurse and former school teacher in Philadelphia, who lost her job as a health service administrator when a debilitating medical condition struck without warning. Now the safety net is the only thing keeping Nadine afloat.

Food insecurity is a much bigger problem for families with a disabled adult, but it's a problem that can be solved. Ending hunger is possible. To learn more about hunger in America—and how we can end it in our lifetimes—read the 2014 Hunger Report.


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