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The Blog

Written by Brooke Wente
Special Video Messages for FH Sponsors

Video is one of the best ways to see first-hand how your sponsorship is making an impact in your sponsored child’s life and in their community! That’s why we’re excited to share video updates from each country where Food for the Hungry has… Read More

  Child Sponsorship

Family Gardens Grow New Life in Guatemala

Written by Robbie Peterson

Poor nutrition was a part of life in the community where Gloria lives with her family. The mother of five children ranging in age from 3 to 15 years, she didn’t know that simple family gardens could solve her family’s problems. She felt helpless as she watched each of them… Read More

  Featured

Good Neighbors Solve Their Irrigation Conflicts

Written by Robbie Peterson

Ildephonse tries to be a good neighbor, but he was frustrated. The 22-year-old married farmer was watching his crops wither for lack of irrigation. It was happening in his kitchen garden, adjacent to his home in Kala in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. There he grows… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together
Written by Robbie Peterson
Caring Mother Finds Hope for Her Children

Habtam was a caring mother, but she was also very concerned about finding help for her children. Life was very difficult where she lived with her children in Lay Gayint, Ethiopia. She had no money to pay for the most basic necessities for her household. Feeding the… Read More

  Education

Faith is Important to Daughter's Growth, Mom Learns

Written by Robbie Peterson

Faith and spiritual growth are among the important parts of life that a mother must teach her daughter, Mirla Flores learned. Mirla, 40, lives in one of the myriad neighborhoods clinging to the hills just outside of Lima, Peru. She is the mother of two children, Romina,… Read More

  Education

What Is The Meaning of "God Gives Food to the Hungry?"

Written by Wendy McMahan

When people hear our name for the first time, they often think that Food for the Hungry (FH) is a food bank. FH staff become accustomed to hearing comments such as, “Where do you pass out food?” So If you have made that assumption, you’re not alone. Read More

  Faith
Written by Robbie Peterson
Nutrition Solutions Take Root in Kitchen Gardens

Poor nutrition was at the heart of most problems for the Pooya family in Uganda – and there were many problems. Hunger was a daily condition. They would have one meal on good days, with just one type of food. During the dry spells, they often went days without a… Read More

  Featured

Lighting the Way to Education for Children

Written by Robbie Peterson

Lighting the Way to Education for Children Lighting is essential to allow students to study. But what happens when no electricity is available to children? In many communities where Food for the Hungry (FH) works in Kenya, the homes have no connection to electricity. Children often must… Read More

  Education

Child Sponsorship Leads to Team Generosity

Written by Robbie Peterson

The first step in team generosity: Joy Graeff picked up a brochure on Food for the Hungry (FH) at a concert. The event featured Toby Mac, one of many valued FH artist partners. Joy, who is a math teacher at Hershey Middle School in Pennsylvania, quickly made… Read More

  Child Sponsorship
Written by Robbie Peterson
A Path to the Future: Hope for a Family of 8

Life seemed hopeless to 13-year-old Yoan, with no clear path to the future, until Food for the Hungry’s local Child Sponsorship staff stepped in to help. Yoan lives in Tarapaca, Bolivia, part of El Alto de La Paz, a sprawling city born out of  years of… Read More

  Child Sponsorship

How Handwashing Stations Kept Mothers and Babies in Kenya Healthy in 2020

Written by Robbie Peterson

Keeping Communities Healthy in 2020 In 2020, Food for the Hungry (FH) staff, supporters, and communities around the world quickly and nimbly adapted our programs. FH worked at global, country, and local levels to effectively respond to the challenges of COVID-19. The core of FH’s mission has always… Read More

  Featured

Celebrating the Impact of FH's Partnerships in 2020

Written by Carrie Woodward

Partnerships that Sustain Impact for the Long-Term At Food for the Hungry (FH), we know that we cannot accomplish our mission of ending all forms of human poverty without the help of our generous supporters. Working together, FH and our partners grow resilience in the communities we serve. And we… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together
Written by Robbie Peterson
Through Child Sponsorship, this Craftsman Helps A Community

Bruce Jackson’s hobby is woodturning, but his passion is child sponsorship. “I wouldn’t say I’m a woodworker. I’m a woodturner, and I’m pretty good at that – but I’m not a salesman,” explains the craftsman who lives in Hillsborough, Oregon, west of Portland. “So I have bowls… Read More

  Child Sponsorship

How You're Helping FH Share the Gospel

Written by Brooke Wente

Your support of FH helps share the Gospel with children and families in the communities we serve. At FH, we believe the Gospel is best shared through our actions. It is through caring for and meeting the greatest needs of people in poverty that we have the opportunity to share… Read More

  Faith

How Your FH Gift Catalog Purchases Matter

Written by Angelica Leal

Each year, we create the Food for the Hungry Gift Catalog. But this is not your typical catalog! These gifts allow individuals and families living in some of the most challenging places in the world work toward a better life. Last year, many… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together