GLOBAL VILLAGE CHAMPIONS FOUNDATION INC

Rating: 4.92 stars   606 reviews

Issues: Disaster Aid

Location: c/o Yank Barry 1544 First Street Sarasota FL 34236 USA

Mission: Global Village Champions Foundation strives to become the undisputed world leader in private, humanitarian delivery of nutrition to needy persons everywhere, sustaining human life and helping to eradicate hunger from the face of the Earth. Yes, it's bold. But our Villagers are up to the task.
Results: Global Village Champions Foundation have fed over 900,000,000 documented meals to the needy around the world over the last twenty years to date.
2015 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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EIN 27-1991507
941-552-8432
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Rating: 5 stars  

I am commenting on the remarkable results coming from the foundation GVillage and Barry. My family votes for them.

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I wanted to take a moment and thank great nonprofits for their support and to everyone who has taken the time to help out with global village and also for their kind words. 21 years ago Muhammad Ali and I had a dream to end world hunger and with all the support we are receiving our goal is closely in reach. Sincerely, Yank Barry. Founder and CEO, Global Village Champions Foundation

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