Hunger No More
- More than 800 million people worldwide go hungry every day.
- In developing countries, 6 million children die each year, mostly from hunger-related causes.
- In the United States, 13 million children live in households where they have to skip meals or eat less for their families to make ends meet.
Hunger No More, a study guide on world hunger produced by MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger with support from the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, provides resources for adults and children to help congregations facilitate discussions on the issues of hunger and poverty in the developing world. The packet will help congregations prepare to advocate for people worldwide who need our help. We urge you to use these materials and to educate yourself and your community about the critical issues facing the most vulnerable members of our society.
Note: The materials below are in a PDF file format, in order to download you must have Acrobat Reader. To download Acrobat Reader for free, please click here.
For more information, contact Micaela Hellman-Tincher at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
at Kivie Kaplan Way
Washington, DC 20036