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Bread for the World Institute

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Bread for the World Institute is a world peace organization based in Washington, DC that was founded in 1982. As of 2019 they had $7.6 million in revenue and $11 million in assets.

Bread for the World is a non-partisan, Christian citizens' movement in the United States to end hunger. The organization describes itself as a collective Christian voice urging nation's decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad.

(202) 639-9400
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Program areas at Bread for the World Institute

Public Education:Bread for the World Institute's 2018 Hunger Report, The Jobs Challenge: Working to End Hunger by 2030, was launched in April at the National Press Club. The report highlights the role that a well-paying job plays in reducing hunger and poverty. It lays out a menu of policies that would improve job opportunities for Americans who are struggling with hunger and poverty. The last chapter of the report argues that jobs issues are also crucial to progress against hunger and poverty in developing countries and outlines how advocacy on domestic opportunity and international development are mutually reinforcing. In May, the Institute hosted an event entitled, "Applying Racial Equity to Hunger and Poverty", which included featured speakers from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Congressional Hunger Center, Alliance to End Hunger, Prosperity Now, and Policy Link. The event also launched the Racial Wealth Gap Learning Simulation, a new interactive tool that ...

Public Policy:Bread for the World Institute continues to push for a prioritization of global nutrition programming within the U.S. government. In September, the Institute hosted a Faith Leader Consultation for Global Nutrition in September. This consultation brought together 30 Christian leaders from 13 states to deepen their engagement with advocacy on global nutrition. Participants met with key USAID officials and congressional staff, shared stories about advocacy, and developed new skills and joint strategies for future advocacy. The consultation was followed with lobby visits seeking a $20 million increase for global nutrition in the fiscal year 2019 spending agreement.The Institute continues to work with partners on an advocacy strategy to achieve a targeted, scaled-up U.S. effort to accelerate progress toward the 2030 nutrition goals and a strategy to urge the World Bank to allocate additional funding to nutrition.

Outreach & Advocacy:Bread for the World Institute received grant funding to expand grassroots advocacy capacity in the southeast region, by recruiting and supporting Bread leaders and teams in Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. For example, in Florida, two new Bread teams were formed in Tampa and Jacksonville and 17 in-district meeting took place across the state during the August congressional recess. In North Carolina, regional and statewide advocacy trainings reached more than 200 constituents and 45 members assumed leadership roles in Bread teams across the state. Bread for the World Institute continues to monitor and provide input, through the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network and other coalitions, into USAID Administrator Mark Green's plans to reorganize the agency around the goal of helping countries get to the point where they no longer need aid. This "journey to self-reliance" means a greater focus on strengthening local capacity, mobilizing domestic resources for ...

Form 990s for Bread for the World Institute

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-12Aug 17, 2019990View PDF
2017-12Dec 22, 2018990View PDF
2016-12Sep 14, 2017990View PDF
2015-12Oct 12, 2016990View PDF
2014-12Aug 12, 2015990View PDF
...and five more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for Bread for the World Institute

Total grants, contributions, etc.$7,395,513
Program services$0
Investment income and dividends$188,603
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$60,177
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$3,442
Total revenues$7,647,735

Vendors for Bread for the World Institute

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
BlackbaudFundraising software; CRM software; Marketing software2019-09-21
██████Content management system software2019-09-21
█████████ ████████Software2019-09-21
██████ ███ ███████ ████Tax accounting2019-06-13
█████████ ██ ██████████It Support$120,8092018-12-01
█████ ████████ █████ ███Telephone Solicitation$21,7682018-12-01
████ █████ █████ ███Consultant Services$102,4802018-12-01

Personnel at Bread for the World Institute

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
James LundVice Pres Development / Vice President for Development and Membership$82,568Dec. 31, 2018
Rebecca MiddletonExecutive Director, Alliance To End Hunger-Jan. 8, 2019
████ ████Executive Director Emeritus , Alliance To End Hunger-Sept. 23, 2019
███████ █████Director of Organizing$60,944Sept. 23, 2019
████ ██Director of Finance-Aug. 8, 2019
████ ██████Director of Institute$137,701Sept. 23, 2019
███████ █████████Senior Manager - Development$63,472Sept. 23, 2019
███████ ███████Senior Human Resources Manager-Aug. 8, 2019
█████████ ████████Project Manager, Membership Services-Aug. 8, 2019
████ ██Senior Accountant / Project Manager , Membership Resources-Sept. 23, 2019
...and 15 more key personnel

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