The Privilege of Pure Water

The Privilege of Pure Water

Americans often take fresh water for granted, but safe drinking water is scarce in many counties and in dire need when a catastrophe strikes.
Joining Forces to Combat Hunger in Africa

Joining Forces to Combat Hunger in Africa

Breakthroughs in food security have been achieved by providing not only quick relief, but also avenues that will help Africa sustain its own food resources.
Jeff Bridges Bringing Meals to the Classroom

Jeff Bridges: Bringing Meals to the Classroom

Academy Award-winning actor and anti-hunger activist, Jeff Bridges, talks about ending hunger and changing the way kids are connected to meals.
Hunger Lives Next Door Nurturing the Next Generation

Hunger Lives Next Door: Nurturing the Next Generation

Across the U.S. over 15 million children live in food insecure households.
Closing the Gap Feeding the Hungry

Closing the Gap, Feeding the Hungry

Due to recent cuts in government spending, millions of Americans won’t have access to food. Together, we can make a difference in fighting hunger.
A Dire Forecast for Child Hunger

A Dire Forecast for Child Hunger

An immediate offensive attack must be taken again child hunger.
A Multi Pronged Approach Needed to Combat Hunger

A Multi-Pronged Approach Needed to Combat Hunger

Lose weight and play a role in fighting world hunger? There’s an app for that. We caught up with Evan Walker of Foodtweeks to discuss the future of food insecurity.
A Global Commitment Fighting Hunger with Science and Technology

A Global Commitment: Fighting Hunger with Science and Technology

New technology, from advanced vaccines to 3-D printing, have the potential to transform the lives of the world’s most vulnerable. However, new challenges place unprecedented stress on global security and prosperity.
Conquering Hunger Sustainable Solutions

Conquering Hunger: Sustainable Solutions

Almost one billion people are hungry around the world today. That statistic seems hopeless, overwhelming, and far away.
Words to Grow By From Women Who Love to Farm

Words to Grow By: From Women Who Love to Farm

When it comes to farming, Donna Biddle, Karen Meyer and Audrey Donahoe are passionate advocates of using old-school values — working hard, being family-focused and planning ahead — to meet the demands of modern agriculture.
Emergencies Are New Normal in West Africa s Sahel

Emergencies Are 'New Normal' in West Africa’s Sahel

People tend to think of global emergencies as unavoidable, surprise events such as earthquakes and floods. When emergencies strike places where CARE works, we respond. 
Ambassadors Confront World Hunger Head On

Ambassadors Confront World Hunger Head On

Where do you find the courage to confront the world’s most daunting problem? Through faith, the momentum of progress and the goodwill of others.
Haitian Pride Poultry Program Brings Jobs and Local Chicken to Thibeau

Haitian Pride Poultry Program Brings Jobs and Local Chicken to Thibeau

Imagine waking up before dawn every day and trudging a few miles for an education that doesn’t come free. Then imagine doing so with little more than a bit of coffee and a piece of bread in your stomach.
Safeguarding Our Nation s Freedom From Want

Safeguarding Our Nation’s Freedom From Want

Our nation has a moral responsibility to safeguard its most vulnerable members and to ensure that everyone has the most basic of human needs.
A National Safety Net for Food Insecurity

A National Safety Net for Food Insecurity

Abby J. Leibman, President and CEO of Mazon, shares her insight.