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Presbyterian Hunger Program
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Jennifer Evans
(800) 728-7228, x5819
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100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202

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Together we can end hunger and its underlying causes.


The Presbyterian Hunger Program promotes experiential trips which analyze the root causes of hunger and poverty while calling participants to engage in solidarity actions with our local and global partners. Learn more.

Urgent actions

stop land grabs

Take Action Now! Tell Herakles Farms to stop its intimidation of Nasako Besingi and other defenders of local communities and forests in Cameroon! 

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Call for fair food

Take Action in solidarity with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers! Call on Publix to "Do the right thing," in the words of its founder George Jenkins! Send postcards and emails to CEOs and drop off letters to store managers.  Companies are alert to what their customers communicate to them.  Your witness matters.

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act on Climate

Stand in solidarity for the environmental, energy and climate justice.

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stop Cuts to refugee services

Tell Congress to Help Unaccompanied Children and Stop Cuts to Refugee Services.

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Upcoming events

Presbyterians for Earth Care Conference: September 15-18, 2015. Join us at Montreat Conference Center in North Carolina for down-to-earth advocacy and action.  This year's keynote speaker will be Rev. Dr. Patricia K. Tull, A.B. Rhodes Professor Emerita of Old Testament, Louisville Presbyterian Seminary.  We also welcome special guest speaker Rev. Dr. J Herbert Nelson II, Director, PC(USA) Office of Public Witness.  A special feature will be an evening focused on our 20th anniversary, "Inheriting a Sacred Trust for the Future," on Thursday, September 17, 6:45 p.m. 

World Food Day: October 16, 2015 - Falling during  Food Week of Action (October 11-18, 2015) World Food Day (October 16) offers the opportunity to strengthen national and international solidarity in the struggle against hunger, malnutrition and poverty and draw attention to achievements in food security and agricultural development. Use this week to plan your own local event.

  • Learn more about World Food Day/Food Week of Action
  • Register Now for the webinar October 12th, "World Food Day Begins with Seed Sovereignty" 

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Conference of the Parties (COP): Nov. 30 - Dec. 11, 2015

Ongoing actions

Support Low Wage Workers

Connect with the Fair Development Campaign in Baltimore.

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Abolish "Doing Business" Rankings

Add your voice to the Our Land Our Business campaign against the World Bank’s “Doing Business” rankings which encourage land grabbing.  Right now, millions of people are being thrown off their land because large corporations are being given special rights. The World Bank is driving this destructive trend with its Doing Business rankings, which force countries to compete with each other to do away with things like environmental protections, workers’ rights and corporation taxes.  Sign on to demand the abolition of the rankings.  The PC(USA) has signed on to this campaign with organizations from all over the world.

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Break the chains of debt in the developing world

Become a Jubilee Congregation.

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Think outside the bottle

Curb plastic bottled water consumption, support community water rights, and protect water against privatization.

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Support your local food economy

Prepare your own meal tonight with ingredients you buy at a farmers market.

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Adopt a supermarket with your congregation

Make where you shop a fair trade hot spot.

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