An update from Bread for the World.
Every church across America would need to come up with, on average, an extra $50,000 dedicated to feeding people — every year for the next 10 years — to make up for these cuts.
Don't get us wrong. We firmly believe in reducing the deficit and balancing the budget. But we also believe it should not be done on the backs of those who can least afford it. Congress must protect and strengthen programs in our federal budget that help hungry and poor people at home and around the world.
Can we count on you to personally discuss this with your member of Congress during Bread for the World's Lobby Day on June 12? Recent studies show that personal visits to members of Congress are the most effective way of influencing their decisions.
Register here for Lobby Day.
Help us convince Congress to protect funding for programs needed by low-income people in the United States and for foreign assistance that is focused on reducing poverty.
Grace and Peace,
President, Bread for the World