Regular price $6000 $60.00
Your gift will provide take-home food rations to girls in school for six months to help ease the economic burden on parents. This will help convince parents to keep their daughters in school and free them from their household chores. This gives girls, who otherwise may stay at home, the chance to learn. By promoting education for girls, the World Food Program (WFP) will improve...
This gift will provide a poor child with a chick to raise and the quality feed it will need to produce eggs. Because the chicks will be produced as part of other African Children Haven projects, the children will also receive basic instructions in how to raise their birds, produce a larger flock and market their eggs for cash income.
Regular price $1500 $15.00
Your gift of $15 will provide 60 children with a school meal, which is proven to significantly increase attendance rates and help children take their minds off their next meal and dedicate their attention to their studies. Providing meals within the educational system encourages poor families to send their children to school and proper nutrition helps pupils stay focused in the classroom. Children, such as...
Your donation will focus on helping people prepare food and water that’s safe. A slow-burning, fuel-efficient cookstove, a kerosene stove, a pot, cooking utensils, soap for dishwashing – all will take some of the risk out of eating. The gift you give your loved one will stand out - safe and healthy meals for a family. They’ll remember your gift long after they’ve forgotten the...
Support Your Favorite Food Bank or Soup Kitchen
Your contribution will support the important work of your favorite Food Bank or Soup Kitchen and help make the world a better place.
Your gift of $20 will enable the World Food Program (WFP) to provide 40 people with meals in areas which have been devastated by malnutrition and death as a result of a natural catastrophe. These gifts allow WFP to engage in emergency operations for disaster victims. To learn more about what WFP and WFP USA are doing to end hunger, please visit www.wfpusa.org
The gift will help pay for the medicines and nutritional supplements used in our Therapeutic Feeding Centers to nurse a malnourished child back to health. It will allow us to save the life of another one of our young beneficiaries.
Your gift will equip women like Francisca with all they need to catch fish every day for their families. She also receives the business education to turn her fishing skills into a self-sufficient, small business for her community.
This gift will allow us to tackle the problem of malnutrition in children by enabling us to provide nutritious porridge and calcium-rich milk to one child for an entire month at one of our Therpeutic Feeding Centers.
Regular price $2500 $25.00
Your gift of $25 will provide health and nutrition education to a poor child for an entire year, and help break the vicious cycle of hunger and poverty. The World Food Program (WFP) teaches children the basics of a healthy lifestyle, such as proper nutrition, safe hygiene, and HIV/AIDS prevention. The program focuses on the development of knowledge, values and life skills that will empower...
Regular price $1,00000 $1,000.00
Your gift will help us obtain a van load of food for our emergency food pantry. For many families an unexpected emergency or reduction in work can leave them faced with deciding to pay the rent or buy medicine rather than food. An emergency supply of food may be all they need to get through to better times.
Regular price $2000 $20.00
Your gift will provide a table full of hungry people a hot, nutritious meal. For many this may be the only meal they have that day. For others, sharing a daily meal with us means that they will have more money to buy food for their family for the week, pay their utility bill or buy their spouse's medicine. The Cooperative Feeding Program provides up...
Your contribution will support the important work of your favorite Hunger Nonprofit and help make the world a better place.
Your kind gift will aid us in working with local Haitian communities so that they may escape the bonds of drought, famine, and malnutrition through improved farming techniques, and income generating projects. These include: a microcredit program that enables poor women to build their farms or buisnesses, and classes that help women to market and sell their goods so that they may escape poverty's grip....