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College Students Collect Donations for Hurricane Sandy Victims

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Mount St. Joseph held a campus-wide campaign to collect supplies for Matthew 25: Ministries. Read More »

Take Lead in Fighting Hunger at Home and Abroad

There is enough food to feed all the hungry. It’s not a question of resources as much as leadership. Read More »

Freestore, Public Library Seek to Escalate Fight Against Child Hunger in Cincinnati

The Cincinnati Freestore Foodbank and the Cincinnati Public Library each want to expand child feeding programs throughout the city. Read More »

Backpacks Fight Hunger in America

The Cincinnati Public Library says a plan to give children backpacks of food for weekends is off to an excellent start. Read More »

World Choir Games: Friendship Trains to Friendship Concerts

Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory: "Music has the power to bring people together, across political lines [and] religious lines." Read More »

Book Review: Adventures Around Cincinnati by Laura Hoevener and Terri Weeks

A Midwest family travel gem. Read More »

Fighting Hunger in America and the Penny Lunch Tradition

There must be action to ensure that no child goes hungry and we that we continue America’s quest to end hunger. Read More »

Fighting Hunger: An Interview with Joodi Archer of Matthew 25: Ministries

Matthew 25: Ministries is on the front lines taking on the growing hunger crisis in America. Read More »

Top Foreign Policy Goal for 2012: Feeding the Children of Drought and Conflict

Feeding the children of "drought and conflict" is the U.S. foreign policy mission for this new year. Read More »

Armistice Day, World Peace, and Feeding the Hungry

On Armistice Day let’s remember that dream of world peace that should have followed the First World War. Read More »