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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!

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For many communities around the world, natural disasters, failed crops, and inadequate farming practices result in poor harvests, making it challenging for a family to put food on the table. When you bless a family with an agriculture gift, you are helping them successfully grow enough produce and raise enough livestock to feed their children and earn additional income. Food for the Hungry (FH) also works with families by training them in best practices for agricultural success.

The Lord will send a blessing on your barns and on everything you put your hand to. The Lord your God will bless you in the land.
— Deuteronomy 28:8




These seeds grow into nutritious vegetables like beets, cabbages, eggplant, green peppers, onions, Swiss chard, tomatoes, and more.

Countries: Bangladesh, Burundi, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Peru, Uganda




Farmers use watering cans to water vegetables and other crops growing in kitchen and keyhole gardens and elsewhere, making it especially convenient during the dry season.

Countries: Rwanda




Keyhole gardens provide lots of growing veggies and crops in the small space near a family’s home — allowing for a balanced diet.

Countries: Guatemala, Nicaragua, Rwanda




Income from the sale of beeswax and honey helps pay for things like medical care, school fees, and more for vulnerable families and their children.

Countries: Burundi, Ethiopia, Uganda




These seedlings will provide nutritious fruit like bananas, avocados, papayas, apples, mangos, and cashews — and can prevent deforestation in disaster-affected areas. Fruit can also be sold for income.

Countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Nicaragua




A set of farm tools includes items like a hoe, shovel, machete, pruners, trowel, gloves, sickle, and watering can — everything a farmer needs to take good care of their crops for a better harvest.

Countries: Burundi, Ethiopia, Nicaragua, Peru




Irrigation systems help farmers cope with erratic rainfall, so they have a consistent water source for their crops.

Countries: Ethiopia, Nicaragua




Compost is used as part of agriculture training for families working to develop home gardens. They’ll learn how to compost for more fertile soil.

Countries: Peru




A sewing machine and training in tailoring and sewing provide an additional source of income for someone in poverty.

Countries: Bangladesh