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Ending Poverty Together: Investing in the Future

When you begin walking alongside an organization like Food for the Hungry (FH), whether it’s by becoming a donor, a volunteer, a staff member, or a child sponsor —… Read More

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Giving Tuesday Recap: Blessing Children with Bibles

At Food for the Hungry, Giving Tuesday signifies a time to pray, share, and donate to help end all forms of poverty — physical and spiritual. This year,… Read More

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Top Picks from FH’s Gift Catalog This Year

I start my Christmas wish list in July.  Why? Because that’s when I start working with Food for the Hungry’s (FH) staff around the world to… Read More

  Devotions
God's Story: Learn to Serve Like Jesus

This post is the eleventh in a series on God’s Story, the Foundation for FH’s Work in Relief and Development. Follow the series, starting with the… Read More

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No Greater Gift: Bring Access to God's Word

Today’s guest blog comes from Erin Weidemann, the founder of Truth Becomes Her and the author of eight books, including Bible Belles’ The Adventures of Rooney… Read More

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Pioneer Woman: Nicaraguan Artisan Finds Hope

 What makes a woman a pioneer? Is it someone who changes the world or changes their world?… Read More

  Disaster Relief
Haiti Hunger Crisis 2019: How to Help

  What is currently happening in Haiti? Rising prices, socio-economic unrest, and a drop in agricultural production has led to an increase in food insecurity in Haiti. Read More

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5 Books Staff Are Reading for Nonprofit Work This Winter

Former U.S. President Harry S. Truman once famously said, “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.”  As part of a global staff at… Read More

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Gift a Goat...and Help Make a Mess

Who would want to gift a goat to anyone? Goats have such a reputation for bad behavior, even Jesus called them out.  In Matthew 25, Jesus likens Judgement Day to… Read More

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Gift Guide For Her—That Gives Back!

The holiday season is upon us! This time of year has many of us planning the special ways we can connect with our loved ones whether through gifts or time… Read More

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Gift Guide For Him—That Gives Back!

The holiday season is a great way to connect with family and friends and show them that you’re thinking about them! But it’s a fact. Men can be a challenge… Read More

  Devotions
God's Story: A Plan for Your Life

This post is the tenth in a series on God’s Story, the Foundation for FH’s Work in Relief and Development. Follow the series, starting with the… Read More

  Featured
Celebrate Fall with These Global Hot Drink Recipes

Hello, fall! It’s October now, and in North America, that means cooler weather! One of Food for the Hungry’s (FH) U.S. offices is located in Phoenix, Arizona. Even… Read More

  Featured
11 New Items to Give in this Year's Catalog

Every year during the holiday season, we gather together our leadership from all 20+ countries where we work, and ask them to make a “wish list.” On this wish list,… Read More

  Disaster Relief
Syrian Refugee Crisis: How to Help

Syria is the largest ongoing refugee crisis in the world right now.  Before Syria’s brutal war started in 2011, more… Read More

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Engaging Culture from Long Island to Guatemala

Sherry Varughese visited Guatemala to meet the community where her church has partnered. Lighthouse Community Church in Commack, New York, was engaging with other cultures long before they began to partner with Food for the Hungry (FH). As an ethnically inclusive community in the… Read More

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Attending the Guatemala Prayer Breakfast

Written by Sara Chambers

The United States National Prayer Breakfast is a yearly event held in Washington, D.C., on the first Thursday of February each year. The founder of this event was Abraham Vereide. The event—which is actually a series of meetings, luncheons, and dinners—has taken place since 1953 and has been held at least… Read More

  Stories

Concern for the Poor Leads Pastor to Guatemala and Washington, DC

Written by Wendy McMahan

Calvary Lutheran Church in Charleston, South Carolina, is one of the longest standing church partners of Food for the Hungry (FH), having worked with FH in Guatemala for the past 18 years. Recently their pastor, Ed Grant, discovered another facet to Calvary’s relationship with… Read More

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Written by Sara Chambers
Advocacy in Guatemala

  My recent trip to the mountains of Guatemala left me in awe of the work Food for the Hungry does there, and I fell in love with the beautiful people of this rich country. The purpose of our trip was to show people of political influence… Read More

  World Poverty

A Bridge from the U.S. to Guatemala

Written by Wendy McMahan

Amalia Toc works with U.S. churches who partner in Guatemala. When your church partners with Food for the Hungry (FH), you’ll develop a relationship with one or more staff who will serve your church all year. Today, I’m introducing you to Amalia Toc, the staff member… Read More

  Church

Family Garden Sows Hope in Guatemala

Written by Staff Writer

Every now and then, we experience life-altering events: a death of a loved one, a big move, a divorce. These changes can upset everything from daily life to health and livelihoods. That’s what happened to Rutilia, a 36-year-old mother of two from Guatemala, when… Read More

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Moms Partner to End Poverty in Guatemala

There’s a great group of almost 60 mom bloggers who partner to make the world a better place for their kids… one American city at a time. They call themselves City Moms Blog Network, and they reach a combined monthly readership of 2 million people. They’ve decided to expand… Read More

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How We Celebrate Easter in Guatemala

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Easter is approaching and everyone in Guatemala is preparing. Families begin to make plans about what they will do during the week, how they will remember Jesus and plan visits to the biggest and most iconic temples of Guatemala. Guatemala begins to fill with beautiful colors,… Read More

  Church

North Carolina Church Befriends Guatemalan Community

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For Corinth Reformed Church in Hickory, North Carolina, their global mission is about developing a relationship, not a one-way ministry. According to associate pastor Paul Cummings, the church’s relationship with Villa Hortencia, Guatemala has transformed both communities—the Guatemalan village and their church community. Corinth Reformed Church has… Read More

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Finding Christ's Strength and Grace in Guatemala

Josefa and her granddaughter Aymar I recently was able to travel to a Food for the Hungry (FH) field offices in Guatemala. It was an experience that will be difficult for me to forget, mostly because of Josefa and her granddaughter Aymar. There… Read More

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Clean Water Brings Health, Income and Education to Guatemala

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Clean water means health, income and education—especially for women and children in Guatemala. Diseases from unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. Children are especially vulnerable, as their bodies aren’t strong enough to fight diarrhea, dysentery… Read More

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Vegetables To the Rescue in Guatemala

Written by Staff Writer

Our field blogger today is Paola Cardona, communications and public relations coordinator for Food for the Hungry (FH) Guatemala. Here she relates a recent visit to one of FH’s communities where we fight malnutrition by teaching mothers how to plant vegetables.  According to the… Read More

  Sponsor Impact
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Pastors Journey to the Mountains of Guatemala

Later this month, seven pastors will visit the work of Food for the Hungry (FH) in Guatemala. I sat down with Ryan Horn, the church representative at FH who is accompanying the group, to ask him about the trip. The purpose of the Guatemala trip is to… Read More

  Church

Visit Beautiful Guatemala

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Recently, I had the pleasure of traveling with church pastors from the northwestern  United States. Together, we traveled to Guatemala!  I have to tell you…it was really good for my heart. As a church engagement representative for Food for the Hungry (FH), often… Read More

  Church

Miss World Guatemala Sells Cupcakes for Kids

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Keyla Bermudes, Miss World Guatemala 2014, selling cupcakes. Last week, Food for the Hungry (FH) staff and Keyla Bermudes, Miss Guatemala World 2014, showed up with 100 cupcakes at TELUS international, the largest Central American call center based in Guatemala. With… Read More

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