Food For The Hungry, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 3 3 reviews
1220 E Washington St Phoenix AZ 85034 USA
Food for the Hungry, an international relief and development agency of Christian motivation, is helping the poor in more than 45 developing countries to overcome hunger and poverty. Through integrated self-development and relief programs, Food for the Hungry helps those who are affected by natural disasters such as floods, famines, and earthquakes, as well as those affected by war, hunger and poverty.
Food for the Hungry programs include child sponsorship, emergency relief and rehabilitation, community clean water projects, health education and intervention, agriculture development, income generation, skills training and education. Our staff works with churches and indigenous organizations to help them better serve the needs of people in their own communities. Mission opportunities are offered through our Short-term Teams Ministry and longer-term assignments through the Hunger Corps program.
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Over 94% of this charity's funds are used directly for program expenses - the highest I have seen among its class. Their Gift Catalog is extensive, from giving farm tools, to seeds, to goats, to school supplies, to water and medicine. All very practical and tangible ways to impact a life. I like their Poverty180 program where you choose among 4 programs to support and just give $9 a month (really?? JUST $9??? Yes!) and get quarterly updates of how your money is changing a life or a village! And they have recently been recognized by the USAID as a valuable partner in the African drought crisis and receiving grants which multiply your donation 10 times so you get (or give) more bang for your buck. Oh and the best part of all, they are faith based and do it all in Christ's name with the intent of spreading the Gospel through their relief work. There's really NOTHING more I could look for in a charity!
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