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Hungry Kate The Girl With A Belly Ache Video via Feeding America

Feeding America: Feeding Hope

▶ This is Second Harvest Kate. You probably know her but may not realize it. Learn more about Kate in your community at http://www.ourcommunityfoodbank.org/.

Hunger is Here, So is the Solution.

Shaking hands by U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), via Flickr A U.S. Marine stops to shake hands with a young girl while on patrol in Marjah, Afghanistan

Please watch this video and share it, more views more meals #HungerFreeSummer @Chris O'Donnell @ChildHungerEnds

Did you know that hunger is a reality for 1 in 6 Americans? Learn more TODAY - #WorldFoodDay 2012 at: http://www.takepart.com/photos/united-states-hungry

Statistics on homelessness in the US and abroad.

Learn about the impact of hunger on the Feeding America's website. #Hunger #Action #Month

Feeding America and NBC’s TODAY Show have partnered to raise awareness of the issue of hunger in America.

Hunger Action Month - Hunger in America

This Infographic was created to highlight the criminalization of one of America's most vulnerable groups: the homeless. By stopping the criminalization of those in need, we can help spur litigation in support of protecting their civil rights. www.blacklives.info

Help fight hunger with Land O'Lakes and Feeding America when you repin one of our recipes. Learn more at www.landolakes.com/FeedingAmerica.

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The Big Effect Girls can create.

How did a suburban dad go from making 6 figures to standing in line at the food pantry?

Poverty in America - BO-NITA addresses the experience of a young girl and her mother living in poverty

Thanks Cody Simpson who is making the song "Fill A Heart" available today only for free through Feeding America partner ConAgra Foods, Inc. & the Child Hunger Ends Here program. http://www.childhungerendshere.com/voicesForHope.html

Hunger has forced many girls into becoming sex workers. Let’s keep working for a world where no woman or child experiences such danger and humiliation.

Peter Norback started a food collection program in the Miles neighborhood in Tucson, Arizona. He called it One Can a Week. 43,000 pounds of food later, the program is still going strong.

Stereotypes on #Africa hide more than they reveal and could perpetuate #hunger. How?