Donate to the Jeff Kirsch Fund for Anti-Hunger Advocacy
To be successful, any movement for social change needs strong engagement — among advocates and their networks, and with the communities they serve. This has been especially true for movements dedicated to extending rights and benefits for communities living on low or fixed incomes, and ending poverty-related hunger.
The Food Research & Action Center’s (FRAC) Jeff Kirsch Fund for Anti-Hunger Advocacy will provide ongoing support to empower, strengthen, and expand the network of state and local anti-hunger advocates nationwide. It will also offer technical and financial assistance, and promote local, state, and national advocacy opportunities to help end hunger in the United States.
The Fund’s namesake, Jeff Kirsch, played an unparalleled leadership role, throughout his career, in building advocacy networks to secure basic human needs for families with low incomes. At FRAC and allied organizations, Jeff initiated and led grassroots networks that reduced domestic hunger, extended health care coverage for uninsured families, and provided more adequate day care and pre-kindergarten opportunities for children from households with low incomes.
Your support helps us protect and strengthen federal nutrition programs that reduce hunger and improve the health and wellbeing of millions of people across the country.
With your help we can continue to provide coordination, training, technical assistance, and support to our network of anti-advocates.
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