Hunger Network of Ohio

All Saints, along with the Evangelical Church in America act as church sponsors for this organization, which facilitates faith-based advocacy to end hunger.  Largely through the commitments of such sponsors and caring Christians across the state, this ministry combines faith and action. Participants are given information on current hunger issues and educational opportunities on hunger policy development. Through these efforts, Christians are enabled to become public advocates for those who are hungry.

 

Get involved

You can find out about how to get involved with the network at its Web site, which offers information on educational opportunities, Faith Advocacy Days at the Ohio Statehouse and many aspects of the realities of hunger in our state. And be sure to like them on Facebook to keep up with the latest. Below, Southern Ohio Synod Bishop Suzanne Darcy Dillahunt speaks at an advocacy event, as HNO director Nick Bates looks on.

Credit: Pastor Aaron Layne, Advent Lutheran Church.

Credit: Pastor Aaron Layne, Advent Lutheran Church.

Coming Up!

Hunger Network Ohio will host Hunger for Justice from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24 at All Saints.

The afternoon will feature speakers from religious groups outlining how we can support justice together. It will also feature the unveiling of a new HNO guidebook with easy-to-follow steps to support justice in our community. 

Register at www.hungernetohio.com/register