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Hunger Action Month

Hunger Action Month

September is Hunger Action Month—a time each year when people across the country join together to volunteer, donate and make their voices heard in the fight to end hunger and its root causes.

2021 State of Hunger Address

Hunger was a crisis before the pandemic, and COVID-19 has only worsened the disparities and inequities in our communities. Oregon Food Bank CEO Susannah Morgan shares an update on the challenges ahead and actions we can all take to ensure our communities emerge stronger from this crisis.

Support the Build Back Better Act to reduce hunger in Oregon and SW Washington

This Hunger Action Day, we have a historic opportunity to reduce hunger in Oregon and in America. The Build Back Better Act, now moving through Congress, would make once-in-a-generation improvements to strengthen our families and communities. Learn more and take action at the link below.

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2021 Hunger Action Month themes

Throughout Hunger Action Month, we’re highlighting the critical work ahead to ensure our communities can emerge stronger from this crisis. Each week, we’ll emphasize a key aspect of Oregon Food Bank’s systemic approach — and the actions we can all take to help end hunger for good.

September 18–24

Transforming our organization to reflect the society we’re working toward

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