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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




A gift of seeds, no matter the variety, will serve a family long past the original harvest. You’ll provide vegetable seeds like eggplant, cabbages, onions, green peppers, tomatoes, Swiss chard, beets, and more. Plus, your gift will come with training in gardening, nutrition, and creating tasty meals with veggies for a balanced diet.

Countries: Burundi, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Haiti, Nicaragua, Peru, Rwanda, Uganda




This gift of an ox plow will harness the oxen’s incredible strength and power to plow across fields. With this tool in place, the ox tills soil much more efficiently than a family could do by hand. This means that vulnerable families can grow a much larger harvest and earn more income.

Countries: Uganda




A keyhole garden is intentionally built to use the space around a family home, which means that they can grow vegetables without owning a large plot of land. This garden will help families to have food for a balanced diet, minimize shortages, and reduce food insecurity. Vegetables prices fluctuate, which means they’re inaccessible for vulnerable populations in certain seasons. This directly affects the nutrition of children and families. This gift will help feed an entire family and minimize food shortages.

Countries: Nicaragua, Peru




Families are provided beehives to generate income and the tools needed to maintain them. This gift also allows FH to train families on modern beekeeping so they’re able to continue earning income into the future.

Countries: Ethiopia, Nicaragua, Uganda




These tree seedlings will provide nutritious food like bananas, avocados, papayas, apples, mangos, and cashews. The trees can help fight malnutrition in vulnerable families, or increase income from the extra produce sold at the market. In addition, these seedlings can prevent deforestation in disaster-affected areas.

Countries: Bangladesh, Burundi, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Nicaragua, Peru, Rwanda, Uganda




This set of farm tools may include items such as a hoe, a shovel, a machete, pruners, garden trowels, garden gloves, sickles and watering cans. When a farming family has quality farm tools, they can effectively take care of their crops, resulting in a better harvest, improved nutrition, and a higher income.

Countries: Cambodia, Ethiopia