Stand together this September!
Every year, September is marked as National Hunger Action Month . It serves as a timely opportunity to invite your faith family and community to grow further in the mission to end hunger.

This is an opportunity to come together to nourish spiritual hungers through service and daily devotionals, while still remaining socially distant and practicing isolation.
In June, SoSA sent out letters to many partner congregations , across the country, inviting you to download or order print copies of SoSA's Hunger Action Month Resources. (If you didn't receive a letter, call 800-333-4597, ask for Barbara, and she can fix that.)

By joining with The Society of St. Andrew (SoSA), you can make a powerful impact on your community while uplifting your seemingly tireless family of faith, as they continue to seek ways to serve those in the greatest need.

Makes plans today! Join your faith family and grow further in the mission to end hunger.

There's never been a more important time to focus on the needs of your hungry neighbors and continue to do more. Food pantries are still reporting drastically increased needs for food; and more farmers are opening fields to gleaning.

As we address physical hungers, it's important to nourish the spiritual hungers as well. Make a plan to focus on renewal and nourishment this September.

Your community continues to need your help !
There are several resources available to you from SoSA for use during National Hunger Action Month. By using these, you can be actively involved in the mission to end hunger while helping to feed spiritual hungers as well:
  • Daily Calendar of prayer & action, with a scripture reading and related activity for each day of September. Download the PDF on the Hunger Action Month Page.

  • Weekly newsletter & bulletin announcements focusing on National Hunger Action Month. Download the PDF.

  • Litany and prayer of dedication, to end the month, on October 4, World Communion Sunday.  Download the PDF.
Envisioning a world without hunger, in which physical and spiritual hungers are met by God's abundance and grace through Jesus Christ, the Society of St. Andrew brings people together to harvest and share healthy food, reduce food waste, and build caring communities by offering nourishment to hungry neighbors. The Society of St. Andrew is a 40-year old national nonprofit hunger-relief ministry that improves the environment by keeping good food out of landfills and feeds hungry people by sharing rescued fruits and vegetables with front-line feeding agencies (soup kitchens, shelters, food banks and food pantries, etc.) across the country. More information is available online at .