VIDEO: White House Recognizes Project Bread Commitment to Solve Hunger

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The White House has recognized Project Bread as a leading partner in the White House Challenge to End Hunger and Build Healthy Communities.

The Challenge, which was announced in March 2023 by the Biden-Harris Administration, is a nationwide call-to-action to stakeholders across all of society to make bold commitments to advance President Biden’s goal to end hunger and reduce diet-related diseases by 2030—all while reducing disparities.

The Challenge built on the historic White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health hosted by President Biden in in September 2022 where the President released a National Strategy and announced over $8 billion of external commitments to achieve his bold goal. McAleer attended the 2022 conference on behalf of Project Bread, where Massachusetts was one of the largest state delegations in attendance and many of the Commonwealth’s ongoing food security initiatives were championed.

Project Bread is honored that the White House has recognized the collective effort underway among Massachusetts’ strong, innovative, and diverse anti-hunger community to permanently solve hunger today in the national Challenge to End Hunger and Build Healthy Communities.”

Erin McAleer, President & CEO of Project Bread

Erin McAleer, President & CEO of Project Bread
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