14 NEW Items in This Year’s Gift Catalog

Have you ever wondered how we decide what new items to add to the Gift Catalog? Well, every year we gather together our leadership from all 20+ countries where we work, and ask them to make a “wish list.” To compile the wish list, our field staff ask communities what they want. They think about what […]
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The 8 Most Creative COVID-19 Pivots of 2020

We are all experiencing the coronavirus pandemic together. And there are many creative COVID-19 pivots. Such as how we communicate information to how we are connecting with friends and family. We are all doing things differently because of this global pandemic. We asked our staff worldwide to share the creative pivots our teams put into […]
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30 Days of Thanks

We’ve all been through a lot this year. Challenges in our career, homes, schooling, and health have been at the center of this past year. But even as these challenges arise, we still have SO much to be thankful for. Take a moment to think about something you are thankful for —right now—what comes to mind? […]
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Raising Kids Who Care: Fun Activity for Kids

In this season of spending lots of time at home, we are all on the lookout for a fun activity for kids. And even more importantly, we’re trying to raise kids who care, who are thoughtful, kind and loving. Raelyn, a mother of three girls living near Detroit, Michigan, had a wonderful idea of how […]
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Why our name is “Food for the Hungry”

When I say our name, Food for the Hungry, in conversation with new friends, I often hear the response, “Oh, so you’re a food bank or you distribute food.” Which is a pretty good guess. However, if you’ve been with us for awhile, you know our organization’s mission is ending poverty, together. Poverty is complex. […]
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3 Ways FH Builds Community Resilience and Disaster Preparedness

It’s 7 p.m. when an evening newscaster announces that a storm is brewing. It’s a big one. The weather updates say that it’s due to make landfall within 48 hours. When it does, the impact is devastating. While houses are destroyed and cities sit underwater, people flee their schools, homes, and livelihoods, uprooting their entire […]
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Let’s Stay UNITED

For the first time ever, Food for the Hungry united in August with World Vision and Compassion International to bond the Christian community through a concert event. The star-studded lineup benefited children and families worldwide who are most vulnerable to the aftershocks of COVID-19, as well as other natural disasters. We joined hands with some […]
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