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Inspired and led by our Christian beliefs, we faithfully serve vulnerable people across the globe without regard to race, creed or nationality and without adverse distinction of any kind. We serve without stipulation or expectation and on the basis of need alone. We strive to respect the culture and customs of the people we serve in order to preserve their humanity and dignity. We also proudly adhere to the Red Cross Code of Conduct, which can be found here.
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- It’s World Food Day and Children Are Starving
World Food Day is supposed to celebrate progress toward ending hunger around the globe. But this World Food Day, 815 million people are hungry. Since 2014, the number of hungry people has grown by the millions. Much of this hunger is due to conflict and famines caused by conflict. And in countries impacted by violence, war, famine […]
- Disaster Reduction: How FH is Minimizing Risk in the Philippines
Friday is the International Day for Disaster Reduction, which is fitting day for us at Food for the Hungry (FH) to honor, as disaster reduction is a huge part of the work that we do all around the globe. We know that, unfortunately, there’s nothing we can do to prevent natural disaster from occurring. However, […]
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- How Disasters Lock People in Poverty and How to Stop It
Can the world ever eradicate poverty? At Food for the Hungry, we believe it’s possible. In fact, we see progress toward this every day in communities all around the world where we work to ease human suffering and graduate communities from extreme poverty. But, it is an uphill climb. FH’s vision to end all forms of human […]
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- Helping Communities by Focusing on Girls
Did you know that children of literate mothers are 50 percent more likely to survive past the age of 5? These children also are 26 percent less vulnerable to stunting. Tweet This: Children of literate mothers are 50% more likely to survive past the age of 5 and 26% less vulnerable to stunting. That’s why we […]
- Engaging Culture from Long Island to Guatemala
Lighthouse Community Church in Commack, New York, was engaging with other cultures long before they began to partner with Food for the Hungry (FH). As an ethnically inclusive community in the multicultural context of Long Island, they knew that the way to share Christ with their community was by focusing on engaging the community and […]