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Child Sponsorship Helps Burn Victim

Did you know child sponsorship helps provide medical attention to your child and other children? Many of us take medical care for granted. When flu season approaches, many of us flock to the doctor to get vaccinations. When our allergies kick in, we head to the nearest pharmacy to get some allergy medicine. When we […]

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Child Malnutrition Impacts a Nation’s GDP

Carolyn Wetzel Chen, Chief Grants Officer at Food for the Hungry (FH), told a congressional subcommittee in March that, “The period of time from a start of a woman’s pregnancy to her child’s second birthday lays the foundation for a child’s lifelong health, cognitive development and future potential.” She went on to say that under […]

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Visiting Your Sponsored Child

A recent turn of events resulted in you going on a sudden trip to Kenya. Your sponsored child lives in Kenya. You think to yourself how wonderful would it be to see your child. You call Food for the Hungry’s (FH) customer service line to ask if it would be possible to meet your sponsored […]

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Fighting Human Trafficking Through Education

In recent years, many of us have become aware of the horrific, growing problem of human trafficking. We know that it happens in the areas we live, and also across the world. We know that there are millions of children, women and men ensnared in this heinous world of abuse. But we don’t always know […]

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My Sponsored Child Lives in a Sensitive Community?

You decide to sponsor a child with Food for the Hungry (FH)—so you go online to find a child or grab a sponsorship packet at an event. You receive your child sponsorship welcome kit in the mail and quickly scan the QR code (a bar you can scan with your phone) to find out more […]

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TobyMac concert flyer

Fight Poverty, Get a Free Concert

If you love Christian music and/or are passionate about child sponsorship, we need your help! You might be surprised to know that the majority of our child sponsorship comes from people at concerts and conferences. Maybe that’s even how you heard about us. Food for the Hungry (FH) partners with many Christian artists and speakers […]

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The Quespia family with their chickens

Providing a Helping Hen in Bolivia

I have six eggs (and bacon) in my refrigerator right now, representing a quiche Lorraine in my near future. But to a family in Bolivia, eggs mean much more. Eggs are a great source of protein, so children can grow taller and stronger. Eggs mean they won’t be too tired to pay attention in school, […]

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Former Sponsored Child on a Mission

Whenever I go on a mission trip with Food for the Hungry (FH), most of the people I meet are surprised to learn that I live in America. When I say I’m a U.S. citizen, they chuckle or give me a confused look. I can understand why. I grew up in a small city in […]

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A Life-Giving Child

It was shortly after Sunday service in Iberica, Philippines, when a woman approached me to tell me that she was Bob’s grandmother.  At the time, I wasn’t sure who Bob was, but she was excited to tell me about him. Bob was a Food for the Hungry (FH) sponsored child, who had learned about Jesus […]

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Helping Children Dream Big

Once upon a time, I wanted to be an astronaut when I grew up. My childhood was filled with the wonder of the “race to the moon” years.  I have vivid memories of watching the grainy telecasts from the space capsules and the lunar surface. When I was about 11, I won an award in […]

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