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Gerlyn and Nina - Philippines 2017

“There are times that my family has no food to eat…”

“There are times that my family has no food to eat, and there are also times that the children get sick, and we don’t have money for medicine or hospitalization.” – May (Nina & Gerlyn’s mother) The good news, however, is that because of sponsors just like you, we are implementing programs in Nina and […]
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One Dollar at a Time: Fifteen Year Old Raises More than $15,000 to Fight Hometown Hunger

Written by Samaiyah Islam, Communications and Media Relations When you ask Peyton Olinski (15) about what motivates him to give back, his answer is simple, “I know that I have been very fortunate in my life with school and family. Knowing that there are kids out there who don’t have life’s essentials is really shocking […]
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Proposed Deep Cuts to Humanitarian Assistance and Domestic Nutrition Programs Prompt Tremendous Concern

Written by Andrew McNamee, Manager of Public Policy and Trevor Moe, Senior Director of Government and International Relations The Administration’s FY 2018 budget was presented last week, and it includes deep cuts to agriculture and foreign affairs programs. These programs help feed hungry people at home and around the world. We understand the view that deficit […]
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