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We can't say enough about this organization--it's well-organized and professional, but also personal. The staff are extremely dedicated and the results speak for themselves. It's rare to find such a win-win... more
Written by a attendee of the fair who passed through on chance the first year and revisited the event: I have attended the West... more »
- Parkersburg, WV
This organization is incredible!! With so many people lacking enough food to feed themselves, families, children, grandparents,... more »
- Charlotte, NC
I've been going to Thrive DC since May 2013, and each time I am blown away by the selfless dedication the staff shows for their... more »
- Washington, DC
I serve on the board but I awarded the five stars based on the service provided to clients by our volunteer workers. All clients... more »
- Bulverde, TX
I have had the honor of working with this group. Because of Mayors Feed The Hungry, many people have been helped. They are truly... more »
- Sarasota, FL
Sam and Julie are the real deal, pouring themselves into the lives of the most vulnerable in El Salvador. Whether it be a severely... more »
- Fort Worth, TX
Address is wrong. This location is an office building in Pacific Beach more »
- San Diego, CA
Its one of the only soup kitchen that still exists i the area, it has been there decades and people recognize it, use it, help... more »
- Costa Mesa, CA
Flagstaff Family Food Center offers plentiful hot meals to anyone and everyone 365 days a year. They are open for an hour and... more »
- Flagstaff, AZ
Great heart for people. Warm and caring place. They provide breakfast Monday thru Friday to over 125 people daily. Offer... more »
- Fayetteville, NC
Although we live in a time when there is more food available than ever before, hunger is the leading cause of health problems.
Over 1 billion people, or about a sixth of the world population, are malnourished. And six million children die of hunger each year.
There are over 50,000 nonprofit organizations working to eliminate hunger and break the cycle of poverty - and you can help them do it. Whether you hand out food stamps, work at a food bank, or help at your local ministries, you, too, can make a difference.