Freedom From Hunger
May 28, 2010
I was introduced to Freedom from Hunger by a friend and was immediately engaged by the power of the credit with education model that Freedom from Hunger pioneered and the staff's commitment to not just doing the right thing, but doing things right-that is, with well documented results. Then, I had the privilege of visiting Haiti, and meeting many of the women whose own dedication, commitment and support of one another makes the Freedom from Hunger model truly transformational. As a result, I am continuously motivated to contribute time and resources to this organization. Of all the philanthropic activities in which I am engaged, I consider this one as yielding by far the highest and best social and tangible return on investment in the work to end poverty in our lifetime.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
seeing the work firsthand in Haiti, engaging with staff and partners who visit the United States and share their work, and witnessing a tireless pursuit of innovation on behalf of women who are among the poorest of the poor.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Board Member & I have learned from, been inspired by and done my best to support the extraodinary efforts of both the Freedom from Hunger team and the many women throughout the world who are helping themselves and their families to lives of self-detrmination.