The first 1,000 days of a child's life are a time of transformation. They grow from tiny babies to inquisitive toddlers exploring the world. No matter whether a child is born in Malawi, Honduras, or the United States, they all need the same things to thrive: healthy food, clean water, and lots of care.
If the child next door was hungry, would you give them some food? I feel pretty sure that the answer is YES. Most of us would do whatever we could for neighbors who are struggling to make ends meet and feed their kids. Why? Because we don’t want any child to feel the pain of hunger. And because feeding children is the right thing to do.
Children around the world are given the educational materials needed for success in the classroom with the help of corporate partners and educators.
When we work with community partners, we support our neighbors and work together towards recovery.
With proper nutrition early in life, children can grow, develop and thrive to their full potential.
Poverty leads to hunger — but if we work together, we can create a world where no child goes to bed hungry.
Through our programs, we promote healthy immune systems and enable children to develop through adolescence and into adulthood.
Through our Village Savings and Loan programs, we hope families will be self-reliant, financially stable and able to support and strengthen their communities.
Meredith is a long-time Feed the Children supporter with a passion for giving back.Read More
Kathy is a single mom who works incredibly hard to take care of her little boy, Eddie.Read More
You can give a child living in a poor community the chance to be a kid. As a monthly sponsor, you'll help rescue a boy or girl from the enemies of childhood hunger, disease and poverty. You'll meet urgent physical needs and provide hope for a brighter future.
In the land of plenty, millions of boys and girls are going to bed hungry. More than 15 million households face not having enough food for everyone in the family. It will take all of us working together to defeat childhood hunger.In the USA