“The best solution to a public health problem is prevention — and hunger should not be an exception to that rule.” — Ellen Parker, executive director of Project Bread
On Sunday, May 4, I will once again be participating in Project Bread’s 20 mile Walk for Hunger. I know May is a ways away, but it’s never too early to get the word out!
Project Bread, a Massachusetts-based anti-hunger organization, is committed to providing people of all ages, cultures, and walks of life with sustainable, reliable access to nutritious food. Many people are “a paycheck away” from a food crisis, and the problem of hunger touches a wide range of Massachusetts residents. I know that by participating in this year’s Walk for Hunger, I will be bringing hope to our hungry neighbors.
I would like to ask for your help today in sponsoring me for the walk, any donation will be highly appreciated! $25 provides a bowl of hot soup and a sandwich for 50 people at an emergency food program, so even just 5 dollars will help make a difference! To sponsor me for the 2014 Walk for Hunger, please visit my personal Walk Webpage (click here!) to learn more. From there, you can donate or even sign up to walk with me! Please use the link below to visit my personal Walk Webpage and help me reach my goal. Thank you so much for your consideration. Every dollar counts — and remember, no donation is too small!
Together, we can end hunger in Massachusetts, and by supporting The Walk for Hunger, your faith in my effort to eradicate hunger will get us even closer to making this a reality.