Project Bread is dedicated to making a difference to end hunger in Massachusetts and beyond. We are passionate about topics suach as improving school meals, increasing access to healthy food for low-income people, and ensuring adequate funding for solutions to end hunger.
- The Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance is responsible for administering SNAP (formerly Food Stamp Program).
- Massachusetts Department of Public Health administers programs in a variety of health related areas such as community health access and promotion, wellness, family health, and nutrition including Women, Infant and Children Nutrition Programs (WIC) and the growth and Nutrition Programs.
- Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education administers programs related to public schools. It also administers the National School Breakfast and school lunch programs as well as summer feeding programs.
- The Northeast Regional Anti-Hunger Network is a seven state alliance of organizations fighting to eliminate hunger.
- Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) is a nationally recognized organization based in Washington D.C. dedicated to reducing hunger in the United States.
- Food and Nutrition Services, Part of United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), is the federal agency responsible for administering the SNAP program and Child Nutrition Programs, such as the school breakfast and school lunch programs.