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Nominate an Anti-Hunger Champion Working at Home or Abroad

By USDA Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships

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Hunger is not an abstract idea. It is a reality affecting the lives of millions of Americans every single day. And it hits our children particularly hard, with over 16 million kids in our country experiencing food insecurity each year. Internationally, nearly 1 billion people across the globe will go to bed hungry tonight and 200 million of them are children. 

We can all play a role within our communities to ensure that no man, woman, or child faces hunger.

That is why I urge you to nominate extraordinary individuals in your community who are working to solve hunger for the “White House Champions of Change: Alleviating Hunger at Home and Abroad” program. Champions of Change seeks to highlight the stories of citizens across the country who are using  innovative community-based approaches to reduce hunger and ensure that all people have access to enough food, both in the United States and internationally.

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