“If you desire peace, cultivate justice, but at the same time cultivate the fields to produce more bread; otherwise there will be no peace.” – Norman Borlaug
CHC is invested in developing a movement of anti-hunger leaders who are creating the political will necessary to end hunger. What is a leader? CHC believes that the anti-hunger movement must have a community of leaders that fill a variety of leadership roles. CHC leaders—creative, flexible, inspiring and courageous—mobilize their values to foster the skills, knowledge, and experience necessary to create a just, food secure world. CHC leaders collaborate in the shared responsibility of creating a progressive anti-hunger movement, ensuring the right to nutritious, affordable and culturally appropriate food for all people.
Learn more about our two leadership development programs: the Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program, and the Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellows Program.
CHC welcomed the 20th class of Emerson Hunger Fellows to Washington D.C. for their field training in August. These 16… Read more
On July 25, Representatives McCollum, Schock and McGovern introduced the Global Food Security Act. This bipartisan bill is a positive