Auth Hash:

You are seeing this authhash for testing only

Sign in to your account

Your Information

Have an account?

Request a Password Reset

Amount $0
Cart Total
$0
Help Children in Crisis
Children are the most vulnerable when violence, famine, or disaster strikes. But you can be there for them with your additional pledge of $7 per month!

Download Tax Receipt

I authorize Food for the Hungry (FH) to update the amount of the recurring electronic fund transfers (debits) from my account at the bank or financial institution currently on record and to initiate deposits (credits) for any withdrawals made in error. This authorization to debit or credit my bank account shall be the same as if I had personally signed a check or authorization to FH. This authorization is to remain in full force and effect until FH has received written or verbal notification from me of termination and FH has had a reasonable opportunity to act on it. To cancel service, please call FH at 1-866-307-3259 (toll free).
By making this change, I authorize Food for the Hungry to begin charging this new Credit Card or Bank Account each month until I notify Food for the Hungry otherwise.

Find Account

Have an account?

All fields are required.

Add New EFT

Account Holder Name:
Account Number:
Routing Number:
Account Type:

The Blog

Written by Jess Bell
A Fresh Perspective on World Water Day

I think over the past year, it’s safe to say that, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has recognized more than ever the importance and need for clean water. But that recognition still doesn’t mean that everyone has access to clean water. According to… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together

Deworming Tablets Help 11 Year Old Thrive: Dodos' Story

Written by Carrie Woodward

Meet Dodos Dodos is an 11-year-old boy in Burundi who loves school and playing with his sisters. In the community of Kiyonza, in Burundi, an 11-year-old boy named Dodos lives with his mother, father, and five sisters. They are a vibrant… Read More

  Featured

Why My Heart is Hopeful for The Little Ones

Written by Angelica Leal

The wellbeing of the little ones is among the most accurate measurements of progress in Food for the Hungry (FH) community. My main role here at FH is communicating with the fields and gathering stories and photos to share with our sponsors and donors. My heart is hopeful because of… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together
Written by Jess Bell
Seeds With a Big Impact: Gebeyanesh's Story

“It was so emotional and made me sad to face these problems,” said Gebeyanesh when she remembered how her family and children had grown up without being properly fed. Gebayanesh’s Story Gebeyanesh is a 37-year-old mother to four children ages one to 18. She lives in rural Ethiopia, where… Read More

  Featured

Mozambique: Cyclone Eloise Updates

Written by Beth Allen

Tropical Cyclone Eloise made landfall as a Category 2 cyclone late on the evening of January 22, 2021, with wind gusts up to 160 kph (99 mph) recorded. Cyclone Eloise hit parts of the country that still have not fully recovered from Cyclone Idai in 2019. As FH’s… Read More

  Impact Stories

A Heartfelt Thank You to our Sponsors and Supporters

Written by Brooke Wente

Thank you for joining us on this mission to end all forms of human poverty. Whether you’re a child sponsor, a supporter lifting FH up in prayer, or a first time donor: thank you! You are transforming the lives of the most vulnerable around the world. Together, we are responding… Read More

  Featured
Written by Beth Allen
Meet Three Families with Hope for the New Year

With 2021 now here, we eagerly hope for the new year and what it will bring! Worldwide, 2020 was a tough year. Like many families around the globe, hard times made us evaluate our lifestyle — what’s really important? And many of us found that hope for a better tomorrow… Read More

  Featured

Community, Connection and Courage: A Look at 2020

Written by Brooke Wente

Community, connection, and courage are what turn hardships into hope. We faced many challenges in 2020. It was often times overwhelming. Instead of responding in fear, you chose to respond boldly. Time and time again, you stood with us and our globally community. We have witnessed many times how your… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together

Chickens, Pigs, and Pencils: How Simple Things Create Big Opportunities

Written by Roseann Dennery

Chickens, pigs, and pencils — quite an unusual combination. How could these three items together possibly change lives? There are some titles you hope to hold. Being one of the poorest families in town is definitely not one of them. Yet this is how nine-year-old Bernadette’s family was known. They… Read More

  Featured
Written by Beth Allen
Hurricanes Eta and Iota: Guatemala Updates

Hurricanes Eta and Iota devastated many parts of Central America beginning Nov. 3.  You can donate here to Food for the Hungry’s hurricane relief efforts. Your prayers  for the children we work with, and their families, are also needed. We’ll update this space with photos and… Read More

  Impact Stories

What People in FH Programs Are Grateful For

Written by Angelica Leal

We’re rapidly approaching the Thanksgiving season of gratefulness, and despite how hard 2020 has been, there’s much to be grateful for. The people Food for the Hungry (FH) serves worldwide frequently share what they’re grateful for as well, so we are bringing you some of their stories here. Simbo… Read More

  Featured

30 Days of Thanks

Written by Jess Bell

We’ve all been through a lot this year. Challenges in our career, homes, schooling, and health have been at the center of this past year. But even as these challenges arise, we still have SO much to be thankful for. Take a moment to think about something you are thankful for… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together
Written by Roseann Dennery
Tube Well Provides Water...and a Healthier Life

At first glance, the coastal region of Taltoli, Bangladesh doesn’t seem like a place where it would be hard to find a well and sufficient water. Shallow ponds and pools of groundwater water surround the area, which is home to the largest mangrove forest in the… Read More

  Featured

How a Refugee Mom Left Handouts Behind

Written by Beth Allen

Adiye is a 45-year-old single mother of five daughters, who lived a life dependent on handouts. She’s a refugee from South Sudan, now living in northern Uganda. The conflict and violence in South Sudan have taken a terrible toll on so many… Read More

  Impact Stories

Handwashing Day: How Cambodians Fight COVID-19

Written by Angelica Leal

Did you know that October 15 is Global Handwashing Day? We know handwashing is an important part of good health and hygiene, especially in a time of COVID-19. We are routinely taught to wash our hands. This year, 2020, has turned a simple classroom lesson into a… Read More

  Featured