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Child Hunger in America: Ah’Darian’s Story

“Sometimes I get afraid because there’s nothing in the house to eat.” That’s what 7-year-old Ah’Darian told me. He also said, “When we don’t have food we’ll die and we can’t, we’ll be in the grave.” Very serious words for one so young. The harsh reality of this family’s situation is stealing Ah’Darian’s childhood. He […]
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Editor’s Note: The following article was originally posted on the IF:Gathering website. We are thankful for the partnership with IF:Gathering, which will be highlighting the work of Feed the Children on their blog over the next several months. One year ago, life was just fine for Crystal and her family. The mother of two was working a […]
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By John Ricketts Tuesday, June 23, is National Call-In Day, a day set aside for people to call their congressional representatives and ask them to support federal school meal and child- nutrition programs. Hunger organizations across the country are working together to make this call-in day a success. Here’s why this initiative is so important to […]
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“We Want to Make It Happen”: A Conversation with Scott Killough

Editor’s Note: We continue our series of posts highlighting some of the people who make up the Feed the Children team. Here is an interview with Scott Killough, Feed the Children’s Senior Vice President of International Operations. Other blogs in this series can be found here and here. Tell us about your role at Feed the Children. I’ve […]
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