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Advocacy at Rise Against Hunger

Looking for ways to make a BIG impact in the fight against world hunger? Rise Against Hunger seeks to engage Hunger Champions in supporting laws, policies and systems that will help end hunger. Advocacy is a pillar of our Pathways to End Hunger, and supports our long-standing mission to grow the movement to end hunger.

2020 Election Update

Rise Against Hunger has joined the coalition! Vote to End Hunger is a collective movement that challenges both individuals and organizations to think politically about food insecurity. Not only are we committed to equipping our own team with the motivation and resources to get involved, but we’re committed to sharing the responsibility with you!

Ready to Champion the Cause?

As an advocate, you’ll develop a greater awareness of hunger policy and the impact of advocacy as you gain the skills you need to take action. We’ll work to ensure that policy makers enact stronger, more effective hunger legislation.

Please sign our Advocacy pledge below. Let’s join our voices and urge our political leaders to make hunger, poverty and increased opportunity a priority. Together, we can create the political will to put the world on track to end hunger.

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All advocacy is, at its core, an exercise in empathy.

Samantha Power

Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world…would do this, it would change the earth.

William Faulkner

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.

Martin Luther King, Jr.