Food for the Hungry (FH) believes that all people are made in the image of God and should be treated with respect, honored for their intrinsic value, and cared for in ways that glorify God. We envision all relationships restored, every person nurtured, and communities transformed.
Unfortunately, abuse and the exploitation of vulnerable people, especially children, who participate in the programs of organizations like FH, is a very real and growing problem around the world. Stories of abuse are in news headlines every day. It is FH’s duty and responsibility to protect children, vulnerable communities, and our employees.
FH holds a zero-tolerance policy and will not tolerate abuse and/or exploitation by employees or anyone conducting business on behalf of FH. FH is committed to instituting safeguarding measures through prevention, reporting, and response.