MAZON Hunger Seder Haggadah: Military Families and Veterans

Each year, MAZON publishes a Hunger Seder Haggadah to highlight a specific aspect of anti-hunger work and spark important conversations around the seder table. This year, we turn our attention to currently serving military families and veterans experiencing food insecurity. Across the country, currently serving members of our armed forces and veterans regularly turn to food pantries and distribution programs, sometimes in uniform, looking for help to feed themselves and their families. Share this haggadah with your family and friends to learn more about hunger among military families and veterans. Join MAZON in raising awareness and calling on our public officials to address this long-ignored and unacceptable problem. Learn more at

MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger is a national organization that believes we can end hunger in the United States and Israel. MAZON’s advocacy works to ensure that hungry people have access to nutritious food today and demands that government policies assure no one goes hungry tomorrow. 

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