PRNewsWire – As the country begins to emerge from the pandemic, a leading anti-hunger organization is investing nearly $2.5 million in efforts in the United States and Israel to stem the tide in persistent food insecurity that was exacerbated by pandemic-related shutdowns. The newest round of partnership grants from MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger increases its five-year total giving through its Emerging Advocacy Fund to more than $6.4 million. Read the full article.
MAZON’s investments within the United States prioritize partners in states with the highest food insecurity in an effort to build and maintain a movement to end hunger. The partnership grants distributed through MAZON’s Emerging Advocacy Fund are structured to build staff capacity at anti-hunger organizations throughout the country, helping to advance long-term solutions to hunger in America.