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The Blog

Written by Angelica Leal
Photo Essay: Children Pursue Beauty, Goodness and Truth

With all the craziness going on in this world, like COVID-19, political chaos, social unrest, and injustice, many of us at Food for the Hungry (FH) find comfort in practicing one of our key values — We Pursue Beauty, Goodness and Truth. We all need to discipline ourselves to see… Read More

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How to Host a Global Eats Dinner Party

Written by Chellsea Fort

Food for the Hungry (FH) has the privilege to work in over 20 countries around the globe in three different regions.  As part of your relationship with FH, you have seen the beauty of the variety of cultures the world houses. One of the… Read More

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Ending Poverty Together: We’re All Pieces in the Poverty Puzzle

Written by Beth Wilcox

I’ve worked at Food for the Hungry (FH) for nearly 15 years with a passion to end poverty. I’ve seen so much change throughout these years, and yet so much remain the same, as well. For almost 10 of those years, I sat at the front desk working reception. Read More

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Written by Jess Bell
These Brands Inspire Us to Care About Forests

Today, March 21, is the International Day of Forests, but what does that mean? Living in a fairly green country with access to a lot of resources, it is easy to forget the impact of forests on the world as a whole. There are a lot of factors… Read More

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Photo Essay: International Women's Day Around the Globe

Written by Alice Zhang

Empowered Women Empower Women In our nearly 50 years of work in the developing world, we’ve seen that when women are empowered, everything changes. By equipping women with training and tools for their own development, entire communities can break the cycle of poverty. They start small businesses that contribute to economic progress, and use… Read More

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The Future is Female: Behind the Scenes of Your 2019 Artist's Edition Calendar

Written by Alice Zhang

Ordered something from the 2018 gift catalog? Read on to learn more about the complimentary 2019 artist’s edition wall calendar, included FREE with any purchase! (Note: A mailing address prompt for the calendar will appear after checkout). In nearly five decades of development work, we’ve learned a few things. Read More

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Written by Samantha Harper
How Leading by Faith is Changing Cultural Norms

Come with me across the world to Cambodia, where we can bear witness to the leadership Jesus modeled to us as followers of God’s word.  Miss Koam Trok is a 42 year old woman living in the Rohal Village located in Ta Siem commune is pioneering a path for women… Read More

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The 5 Stages of Grief and Loss: Remembering the Children

Written by Samantha Harper

Remembering the Children There will come a moment in your life if it hasn’t already when the world stops and the gravity of mortality will hit you like a ton of bricks.  This may be sparked by a story on the news. Your doctor might give you medical advice to change… Read More

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From Intern to Full-time

Written by Guest

I distinctly remember the first time I held a letter from one of Food for the Hungry’s (FH) sponsored children. It was my first day as an intern. All around the letter’s edges were the smallest, dust-colored fingerprints. I rubbed my own thumb over them and had to smile. Somewhere in… Read More

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Written by Shelby Jackson
3 Ways You Can Volunteer for FH

Volunteering doesn’t always seem very exciting to the average participant. When you volunteer your time at FH, you’re playing a key role in ending extreme poverty. The mission of Food for the Hungry (FH) is highly dependent on our groups of faithful volunteers. We need dedicated individuals… Read More

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How Will FH's New Building Impact Our Work

Written by Shelby Jackson

Last week our CEO at Food for the Hungry (FH) Gary Edmonds brought FH’s Phoenix staff together for some updates. One of those updates included FH moving our headquarters into a new building. For those who have not yet heard, FH has been blessed with the opportunity to move… Read More

  We Pursue Beauty

Add Your Prayers to the Praises of Children Around the World

Written by Carrie Woodward

Have You Prayed for the Vulnerable Today? Ephesians 6 encourages Christians, “Put on the whole armor of God” (Ephesians 6:11 ESV). His truth, His peace, the gift of faith, the power of the Holy Spirit, and the Word of the Lord, empowers Christians to face all the brokenness… Read More

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Written by Shelby Jackson
Bridging the Generational Gap in Volunteering

Many of our volunteers tend to be retired adults. It makes sense, they have time and are dedicated to the cause of ending poverty for the vulnerable. But we also get excited about engaging the high-school and college-aged crowd and bridging the generational gap in volunteering. Cultivating a heart… Read More

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