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Championing Children in Haiti

Today we bring you a guest post from Jennifer Brandt who blogs over at Perfectly Disheveled about her work with Feed the Children last year and how she brought home the message of gratitude to her kids. ________________________________________ Exactly two years ago this week, I came home from a 3 day trip to Haiti on a mission with […]
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Typhoon Hagupit hits the Philippines

Another potentially devastating Typhoon has landed in the Central Philippines where thousands of families were displaced by Super Typhoon Haiyan last November. Typhoon Hagupit (locally known in the Philippines as Typhoon Ruby) has slowed as it moves over land, which can create major flooding from the heavy rainfall, in addition to potentially damaging strong winds. […]
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Typhoon Hagupit puts Feed the Children Philippines on alert

Another potentially devastating Typhoon has landed in the Central Philippines where thousands of families were displaced by Super Typhoon Haiyan last November. Typhoon Hagupit (locally known in the Philippines as Typhoon Ruby) has slowed as it moves over land, which can create major flooding from the heavy rainfall, in addition to potentially damaging strong winds. […]
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