Press Releases

Project Bread Announces 46th Walk for Hunger Will Take Place May 4, 2014

Massachusetts Farm to School Project Names Michael DeChiara Executive Director

Project Bread Teams Up with Jordan's Furniture for Holiday Spoons Project

Project Bread Grants More than $1.79M to 365 Hunger Relief Programs Across Massachusetts

New Cape Cod Summer Food Service Program Fills a Hidden Need

Project Bread Grants $9,338 to Revere and Chelsea for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $27,580 to the North Shore for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $12,770 to the Merrimack Valley for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $21,720 to Central Massachusetts for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $6,030 to Randolph and Stoughton for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $4,035 to Malden for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $10,800 to the Pioneer Valley for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $2,790 to Pittsfield for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $3,945 to Attleboro for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants Nearly $14,000 to Boston for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $10,000 to Fall River and New Bedford for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $11,915 to Southbridge for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $2,790 to Pittsfield for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $4,500 to Woburn for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Grants $3,685 to Waltham for Summer Food Programs

Project Bread Welcomes Cynthia Hall Kouré as Director of Institutional Advancement

Revere Teens Win School Breakfast Video

Massachusetts Community Comes Together to Feed Hungry Families

Charity Begins at Home

Walk for Hunger Inspires Arbella

Walk for Hunger Inspires Arbella Employee

Walk for Hunger Inspires Arbella Employee to Lose 100 Pounds

Walk for Hunger Inspires Arbella

Walk for Hunger Inspires Arbella

Walk for Hunger Inspires Arbella

Watertown Resident is Passionate about Ending Hunger

Wellesley Resident is Passionate about Ending Hunger

Volunteer Surprised by 2013 Walk for Hunger Posters

Brookline Named 4th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Boston Named Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Somerville Named 6th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Cambridge Named 3rd Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Wellesley Named 5th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Quincy Named 9th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Medford Named 10th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Belmont Named 8th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Newton Named 2nd Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Arlington Named 7th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Eat. Film. Screen!

Pierce Middle School Students Shovel Snow for a Cause

Peter Steele Joins Project Bread

Project Bread Receives Grant for Northeast Antihunger Network

Aileen Ng Joins Project Bread

Project Bread's 2012 Status Report on Hunger Reveals a Broader Framework on Local Solutions to Hunger

Project Bread Awards nearly $1 Million to Greater Boston Area Food Programs

Project Bread and Rodney Strong Vineyards Join Together to Help Feed the Hungry this Holiday Season

Project Bread Elects New Leadership to Board of Directors

Building a Better Lunchbox

Project Bread's Free Lunch Texting Program Goes Statewide

Project Bread Grants $90,000 for Summer Food Programs in Massachusetts

That's a Wrap: Millis Teens Win School Breakfast Video Contest

Brookline Named 4th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Cambridge Named 3rd Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Quincy Named 10th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Wellesley Named 7th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Newton Named 2nd Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Belmont Named 8th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Somerville Named 5th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Watertown Named 9th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

Arlington Named 6th Most Generous City in Massachusetts

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