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!
Bring Hope in Disaster
Time is of the essence when disaster strikes a community. You can bring hope to the hard places in times of disaster by adding a gift below to provide support immediately through Food for the Hungry’s dedicated emergency teams.
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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.
Chief Public Development and Strategic Resources Officer
Maria McCulley is the Chief Public Development and Strategic Resources Officer at Food for the Hungry (FH) and serves out of its corporate headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona. Maria first began working at FH in Bolivia while she was still in college. After spending five years in the U.S., she returned to Bolivia where she worked as the Deputy Director of FH Bolivia. In this role, she led the areas of finance, administration, and commodities. When Maria returned to the states, she worked part-time in the FH finance department. She quickly became fully involved and knowledgeable in U.S. Government grants and began leading the USG commodities unit.
Maria graduated from Universidad Mayor de San Andres in La Paz, Bolivia, where she studied accounting, economics, and finance.
Maria was born and raised in Bolivia, but now lives in Phoenix, Arizona, with her husband Jim and their two children.