Hunger Action Network
of New York State
American Friends Service Committeeworking here and around the world for social justice for the poor and peace www.afsc.org American Friends Service Committee
Bill Moyers Journal, article on “The Business of Poverty”
Bill Moyers, Alternet. Article entitled “The Fight of our Lives”
Campaign for Human Development--the domestic anti-poverty, social justice program of the U.S. Catholic bishops
Center of Concern works for theological, economic, political, etc.reflection, and study to bring about solutions for a just social order around the world
Engaged Page--social justice and human rights from an "engaged Buddhist" perspective
Evangelicals for Social Action - evangelicals committed to social justice, environmental stewardship, and peacemaking, members include Jim Wallis, Ron Sider, Tony Compolo esa-online.org
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) Poverty Ministries is a multi-faceted approach to the scandal of poverty in a wealthy nation
Interfaith links to social justice organizations, U.S. and international--social justice, environment, peace, human rights, religious tolerance
Interfaith Alliance--a nonpartisan, interfaith organization committed to providing people of faith with an alternative voice to that of the radical religious right
Interfaith Impact of NYS is a statewide coalition of congregations and individuals from mainline Protestant, Reform Jewish, Unitarian Universalist and other faith traditions. We advocate from a liberal, progressive religious point of view for compassion and justice in New York State public policies.
Institute for Peace and Justice--an independent, interfaith, nonprofit organization, begun as a response to the realities of war, racism and global economic injustice. We help people find "learn-able and do-able" alternatives that incorporate justice and reconciliation into an active quest for peace in their everyday lives.
Progressive Jewish Alliance - PJA educates, advocates and organizes on issues of peace, equality, diversity and justice, as a progressive voice in the Jewish community
KairosUSA--A national/international network of groups and individuals, active on issues of anti-racism, economic justice, and self-determination, while engaged in a process of theological/political reflection
Methodist Federation for Social Action
NETWORK--a national Catholic social justice lobby
New York State Council of Churches - a statewide organization through which Christian denominations accomplish mission goals that can be achieved more effectively by working together
Peace & Justice Support Network--of the Mennonite Church USA. Resources, advocacy.
Poverty USA It’s time to end poverty in America once and for all. The Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) invests in community-based solutions — that know no racial or religious boundaries. We support self-sufficiency and self-determination as the best strategies for change.
Reform Judaism the home of liberal Judaism
Seeds of Hope Hunger and poverty related Worship resources
The Reform Jewish Voice (RJV) of New York State engages congregations as advocates for progressive social and economic policies at the state level.
UCC Justice and Peace Page action alerts, congregational resources on issues affecting the poor, etc.
United Methodist General Board of Church and Society Extensive resources on Peace and Justice issues
Unitarian Universalist Association home for the religious liberal
for the World
month Bread for the World makes a copy of Hunger Sunday available on its
web site. Hunger Sunday offers sermon suggestions, liturgy, and Scripture
passages related to hunger.
Lutheran Church in America:
Action Handbook. Book. “How-to’s” illustrates
simple, effective ways to address hunger in your community, country and
around the world. (Seeds of Hope, Inc., P.O. Box 6270, Waco, TX 76706;
(254) 755-7745: $5.00.
hunger in your worship
Church in America:
bread for the world