About VTEH

Vote to End Hunger is a broad coalition of individuals and organizations all committed to ending hunger in the U.S. and around the world by 2030. We believe that it will take the combined public and political will to do this and are working together to elevate the issue of hunger with candidates during the 2016 election cycle.

We are committed to asking candidates for public office in the 2016 election: “If elected, what will you do to end hunger, alleviate poverty, and create opportunity in the US and worldwide?”

 

DOMESTIC

51%

51% of U.S. public school kids live in low-income homes.


INTERNATIONAL

11%

1 in 9 people worldwide are malnourished.


Join the Vote to End Hunger

Is your organization ready to join the movement to make ending hunger a priority in the 2016 election?

Sign up your organization as a Vote to End Hunger partner below. Together, we can stand up and create the political groundswell necessary to make hunger, poverty, and opportunity a higher political priority in 2016.

TAKE THE PLEDGE

Do you believe we can end hunger in America and worldwide by 2030?

Sign the Vote To End Hunger pledge below. Let’s join our voices and urge our political leaders to make hunger, poverty, and opportunity a higher political priority in 2016. Together, we can create the political will and put our nation and the world on track to end hunger.

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People Are Talking About the Vote to End Hunger!

It’s time politicians address hunger crisis (Lowell Sun)

Elections provide a chance to spark new discussions about national priorities. In 2016, candidates must talk to voters about their plans to end hunger.

Hunger and poverty are serious issues affecting millions of people around the country and across the globe. More than 48 million Americans — including seniors, children, veterans, people with disabilities and working families — live in homes that struggle to put enough food on the table. Around the world, 795 million people experience hunger on a daily basis. The consequences of this hunger are disastrous.

Make the fight against hunger a priority (Detroit Free Press)

Elections provide a chance to spark new discussions about national priorities. In 2016, candidates should talk to voters about their plans to end hunger. Hunger and poverty are serious issues affecting millions of people across the country and around the globe.

Now is the time to end hunger (Baltimore Sun)

The elections provide a chance to spark new discussions about national priorities. In 2016, candidates must talk to voters about their plans to end hunger.

Hunger and poverty are serious issues affecting millions of people around the country and across the globe. More than 48 million Americans — including seniors, children, veterans, people with disabilities and working families — live in homes that struggle to put enough food on the table. Around the world, 795 million people experience hunger on a daily basis.

Contact Us

Interested in learning more? Ready to take action? Have questions about Vote to End Hunger? We want to hear from you! Contact us at info@votetoendhunger.org.

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