Our seder is now coming to a close. We celebrate our blessings, yet acknowledge the hunger that still plagues far too many in our communities and affirm our commitment to work together to create a hunger-free world.


This year we are here; next year in Jerusalem. This year we are pained by hunger; next year may all who are hungry come and eat.


For more than 36 years, MAZON has been committed to ensuring that vulnerable people have access to the resources they need to put food on the table. MAZON is a leading voice in the anti-hunger field, developing strategic initiatives focused on communities that are at particular risk of hunger and have often been overlooked, including military families, single mothers, Native Americans, veterans, LGBTQ seniors, and Americans in Puerto Rico.
Our nation’s public policies have lasting effects on the lives of millions of people. By promoting systemic change at the federal, state, and local levels, MAZON seeks to ensure that our policymakers compassionately address the needs of the millions of Americans who struggle with hunger.
To learn more about MAZON, please visit mazon.org.
For Passover resources, including a Fifth Question Haggadah insert and action steps you can take now, please visit mazon.org/passover.

haggadah Section: Nirtzah
Source: Mazon: Hunger Seder