HungerworX – Because Hunger is not a Game
Did you know that more than 47 million Americans (that’s one in six!) survive on less than $4 worth of food per day?
Three out of four is a child, elderly, or disabled person.
Close to one million are fellow New Jersey residents.
Today, food insecurity is no longer a problem of “the other.” The hungry are your elderly neighbors, fellow parents at school pick-up, and your children’s playmates.
Each day, millions of our neighbors are barely scraping by on this stipend. Could you feed yourself on this amount? Your family?
This Lenten season, the Center for FaithJustice invites you to take part in HungerworX.
Did you miss the Challenge but still want to donate? Click here to donate!
This virtual campaign event will provide a platform for participants to experience first-hand the issue of food insecurity while raising funds to support the critical WorX programs of the Center. Devotional materials will accompany you on this exceptional journey in solidarity with the marginalized in our community. Help us help others!
Thank you to the many donors and participants of the HungerworX Challenge 2014!
For more information about the HungerworX Challenge please contact John Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-498-6216 x 8.