Additional Resources: Hunger
- The Religious Action Center - The official website of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism can be searched for background information, Reform Movement resolutions, initiatives, and advocacy recommendations on the social action themes within this guide. www.rac.org
- MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger – MAZON represents the response of the Jewish people to hunger and the problems it creates. It takes action to end hunger in the United States and around the world through distribution of funds donated by the Jewish people.
- The Hunger Site– One visit to this site, makes a donation of one meal to someone in a developing nation. It doesn’t cost anything but a few seconds; advertisers pay for the food.
- Stop the Hunger– Similar to The Hunger Site, 3-1/3 cups of food is donated with each site visit.
- America’s Second Harvest is a network of food banks and food-rescue programs. Search their database to find a local volunteer opportunity.
- USDA Food Nutrition Service provides information on U.S. government programs designed to help fight hunger through improved food distribution.
- Food Resource and Action Center provides information on hunger, with a special emphasis on food stamp advocacy and issues.