OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA., – Feed the Children is actively monitoring Typhoon Melor (Nona) which hit the Philippines Dec. 14, making landfall another three-four more times that week. The communities, people and government of the Philippines are resilient. Their local government units are currently meeting any immediate, emergency needs. In the coming weeks Feed the Children will be providing meals for school children in the affected areas.
For many years, Feed the Children has been a forerunner in responding quickly and efficiently to disasters. We are continually prepared to help during hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, even war and conflict — anything that leaves children and their families in a wake of devastation.
During their most difficult times, Feed the Children is an organization on which communities rely. Through hundreds of shipments of disaster relief items to our International Offices and Partner Agencies, Feed the Children has been able to provide assistance to those hit hardest during past disasters.
To receive time-sensitive updates on disaster relief, find us on our various social media platforms.
About Feed the Children
Established in 1979, Feed the Children exists to end child hunger. It is one of the largest U.S.-based charities and serves those in need in the U.S. and in 10 countries around the world. It provides food, education, essentials and disaster relief. Domestically, it operates 5 distribution centers (located in Oklahoma, Indiana, California, Tennessee and Pennsylvania).
In fiscal year 2015, Feed the Children distributed 107 million pounds of food and essentials valued at $302 million to people in the U.S., and internationally, it sponsored nearly 24,500 children, addressing the root causes of poverty through child sponsorship and school sponsorship. It is accredited by GuideStar Exchange and the BBB Wise Giving Alliance as well as is rated by Charity Navigator.
Visit www.feedthechildren.org for more information.