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Give 30 minutes a day for 30 days toward ending hunger by 2030.


Nobody is "pro-hunger." And yet, despite hundreds of thousands of hours each year spent volunteering and donating to groups in the United States, hunger is still with us. Why?


You Can't Fix What You Don't Understand.


Hunger in the United States persists because of misunderstandings and gaps in knowledge. Myths and stereotypes about who experiences hunger and why obscure the facts and erode public support for proven remedies. From the root causes of hunger and poverty to how local, state, and federal government can play a role in ending hunger, effective advocates need to understand the whole problem to be a part of the solution.


Everything You Need to Know.


The End Hunger in 30 Challenge prepares you to be an effective advocate for ending hunger in your community. Set aside 30 minutes a day for guided lessons, readings from experts, and a lively discussion forum to sharpen your knowledge and skills as a Zero Hunger Advocate. Complete it during your morning or evening commute, or even at lunch time—you'll receive daily reminders to keep you on-track.


Drawing on Our Expertise.


For nearly 30 years the Congressional Hunger Center has been a trusted bipartisan voice on Capitol Hill, raising awareness of the problem of hunger and sharing fresh perspectives and practical solutions for achieving a hunger-free America. Graduates of our Bill Emerson and Mickey Leland Hunger Fellowships go on to lead organizations big and small and create change in the anti-hunger world. Now, our knowledge is available to you in this 30-day challenge.


End Hunger In 30 for Organizations.


These partners have shared the End Hunger in 30 Challenge with their networks since April 2020:


AARP Foundation Logo
Alliance to End Hunger Logo
Atlas Corps Logo
Association for Enterprise Opportunity Logo
Bonner Foundation Logo
Logo Bowling Green State University Center for Public Impact
Bowling Green Christian Food Pantry
Christopher Newport University Center for Community Engagement
Creating a Hunger Free North Dakota Coalition
Earlham College Logo
End Hunger / FEED Change Logo
Feeding Children Everywhere Logo
First United Methodist Church Food Pantry
Florida Impact to End Hunger Logo
Food Recovery Network Logo
Food Research & Action Center Logo
Gateway Health Plan Logo
Global Child Nutrition Foundation Logo
Hunger Free America Logo
Hunger Task Force
JenCoken.Com Logo
Just Harvest Logo
The Kroger Co Foundation Logo
Maryville College Logo
Northwest Food Partners Network Logo
Northwest Food Partners Network Logo
Owens Community College
Project Bread Logo
Project Planet Logo
Rider University Logo
Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation Logo
Student Nutrition and Dietetic Association of SFSU Logo
Swipe Out Hunger Logo
Universities Fighting World Hunger Logo
Utah State University College of Agriculture & Applied Sciences
University of North Georgia Food Pantry
Walsh University Food Design Institute

Want to share the challenge with your group or organization? Learn more.



The Next Challenge Starts Soon—Sign up Now!


    Follow the link below to create your free account at Zero Hunger Academy, the online learning platform of the Congressional Hunger Center. Starting October 1, you will receive emails every day to encourage and inspire you to complete each day's session.



    Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation Logo

    The End Hunger in 30 Challenge is a campaign of the Congressional Hunger Center and is made possible through the generous support of the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation.

    Yes, Sign Me Up for the Challenge Starting October 1, 2020!

    Follow the link below to create your free account at Zero Hunger Academy, the online learning platform of the Congressional Hunger Center. Starting April 1, you will receive emails every day to encourage and inspire you to complete each day's session.

    Want to take the challenge with your team or organization? Learn more.


    Share the Challenge With Your Network

    Are you looking for a way to get your students, volunteers, employees, or board of directors engaged with the root causes of hunger in the United States? The End Hunger in 30 Challenge is a turn-key solution to make your network more informed and effective in their efforts to end hunger, and is easily adapted for large or small groups.


    These partners have shared the End Hunger in 30 Challenge with their networks since April 2020:


    AARP Foundation Logo
    Alliance to End Hunger Logo
    Atlas Corps Logo
    Association for Enterprise Opportunity Logo
    Bonner Foundation Logo
    Logo Bowling Green State University Center for Public Impact
    Bowling Green Christian Food Pantry
    Christopher Newport University Center for Community Engagement
    Creating a Hunger Free North Dakota Coalition
    Earlham College Logo
    End Hunger / FEED Change Logo
    Feeding Children Everywhere Logo
    First United Methodist Church Food Pantry
    Florida Impact to End Hunger Logo
    Food Recovery Network Logo
    Food Research & Action Center Logo
    Gateway Health Plan Logo
    Global Child Nutrition Foundation Logo
    Hunger Free America Logo
    Hunger Task Force
    JenCoken.Com Logo
    Just Harvest Logo
    The Kroger Co Foundation Logo
    Maryville College Logo
    Northwest Food Partners Network Logo
    Northwest Food Partners Network Logo
    Owens Community College
    Project Bread Logo
    Project Planet Logo
    Rider University Logo
    Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation Logo
    Student Nutrition and Dietetic Association of SFSU Logo
    Swipe Out Hunger Logo
    Universities Fighting World Hunger Logo
    Utah State University College of Agriculture & Applied Sciences
    University of North Georgia Food Pantry
    Walsh University Food Design Institute

    Want to know more? Send us a message and our team will be in touch.

    Want to take the challenge on your own? Learn more.


    Challenge Archive

    For every day of the #EndHungerin30 Challenge, we send an email to participants with a preview of the day's lesson and an encouraging reminder to keep learning. Here are the messages we've sent out so far in April 2020:



    Want to get these messages delievered to your inbox every day? Sign up to take the #EndHungerin30 Challenge here.



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