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Scott Cunningham with his family

Reflecting on working with FH in Nicaragua

  Scott Cunningham has been serving Food for the Hungry (FH) in Chinandega, Nicaragua, for the past four years. He has worked in pastoral and staff training, working closely with employees of FH. When he left for Nicaragua, he was married with two children. Scott and his wife have had two more children while living […]

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Noche Luminoche — Good Food for a Good Cause

Last year on April 26, Food for the Hungry(FH) and Flor de Lis restaurant in Guatemala presented ‘Noche Luminoche,’ a charity dinner that raised enough money to provide 54 families with their own backyard gardens in the community of Luminoche. This community is located in the Highland of western Guatemala and consists of 107 families. […]

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Changing Lives — Protection and Nutrition Projects in Peru

In Peru, Food for the Hungry (FH) continues to transform lives in each of its communities where it works — in Lima (26 communities in two districts) and Huancavelica (21 communities in three districts). We do this by working on the needs of each region. In Lima, we address the issue of child protection, which […]

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Transforming the Face of Palma

I first visited Palma, a district in Mozambique’s northern region, six years ago. I entered the town without realizing it. That which was called town was a line of mud houses on both sides of a dirt road. A few government buildings stood out, with neatly built brick walls covered with shiny zinc roofs. It […]

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Bringing Joy Through Partnership

As a child, can you remember back to how you felt when you got a surprise or gift? I’m guessing it brings back memories of joy and happiness. Recently, Food for the Hungry (FH) staff in Bangladesh were able to provide this same kind of joy to over 470 sponsored children in Dhaka City. In partnership […]

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The Importance of Tithing

The concept of tithing is not something that is easy for kids to understand. After all, why would they want to give some of their money to the church? The concept is often explained as “giving money back to God.” However, how does putting money into an envelope or into the dish when it is […]

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Have a Wonderful Christmas!

Christmas is important! That may sound obvious, but I am not certain we declare its value enough. In this day in age when the concept of Christmas is more related to consumerism than anything religious, I want us all to take a moment to proclaim for ourselves… our families… and the ministry of Food for […]

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Joy to the World

“But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people.” -Luke 2:10 (NIV) Christmas is truly a wonderful time! Families come together to celebrate while enjoying a cup of hot chocolate, there are smiles everywhere and everything is sparkly and shiny. […]

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Random Acts of Kindness – What Can You Do Today?

Perhaps someone has paid for your coffee on your morning breakfast run, or perhaps a stranger compliments you on your new shirt when you’re in line at the bank. These small “random acts of kindness” or RAOKs are one of the little things in life that bring a smile to your face. If they make […]

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Digging For Water Changed His Life

Finding at least one water source for each family to increase food production was a primary focus for us in nine drought-prone districts of the Amhara Region of Ethiopia. Over the past fiscal year, a total of 22 rivers and springs were developed and diverted. In addition, 202 shallow wells were dug for irrigation. As […]

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