Bread for the World Seeks Your Input

January 15, 2009

Bread for the World asks that you take a few minutes to help it improve its effectiveness as a Christian voice against hunger. It has engaged the Center for Nonprofit Strategies to conduct a scientific survey of those who are involved in the organization's efforts around the country.

As Bread for the World celebrates its 35th anniversary, your answers will be very helpful in making it more effective advocates for hungry and poor people.


"This is especially important at this point in our history as we grapple with a global financial crisis and an alarming increase in hunger at home and abroad. Your answers will guide us in helping President-elect Barack Obama and our new Congress meet these and other critical challenges for our country," writes James McDonald, Bread for the World Vice President for Policy and Program.

This confidential survey will only take a few minutes of your time. Access it by cutting and pasting the link shown below in the address window of your browser:

To make sure your survey is included in the tabulation of results, please respond by January 31.


June Kim, executive secretary of the World Hunger/Poverty and Sustainable Agriculture and Development programs of the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), is on the Bread for the World Board of Directors, serving as secretary.