10 Facts You May Not Know About El Salvador

Smallest country in Central America. At just over 8,000 square miles (21,000 square kilometers), El Salvador is about the size of the state of Massachusetts. It is also the only country in Central America without a Caribbean coastline. Most densely populated country in the Americas. With a population of about 6.5 million people, that’s still …

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Evidence of God’s Faithfulness in Ukraine

As churches across Ukraine continue to provide temporary shelter to families traveling to safer lands, our ministry partners in Ukraine remain steadfast in their mission to provide families who are at their most vulnerable state with basic comfort as well as the lasting hope of the gospel. For the refugee families that pass through these …

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11 Reasons to Volunteer at Children’s Hunger Fund

April is Volunteer Appreciation Month. As we pause to celebrate the 400,000+ volunteers who have been a part of the past 30 years of ministry at Children’s Hunger Fund, we thought we’d share a few reasons why our volunteers come back week after week, in their own words. It’s an opportunity for kids to volunteer. …

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God Is Faithful Even During Disaster

On January 22nd, 2022, Tropical Storm Ana swept across the island nation of Madagascar, right through the capital of Antananarivo. Thousands of people have been displaced from their homes due to flooding and landslides. Four days later, Children’s Hunger Fund church partners were mobilizing to provide aid. Food was purchased and delivered to shelters. Rolls …

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Seeking Hope despite Poverty, Disease, and Death

In the village of Buhera in eastern Zimbabwe, even basic resources like water are scarce. Subsistence farming provides a meager supply of food for families to live on, but unpredictable rains and neglected irrigation systems mean that even this resource is unstable. Arani Chuma lives in Buhera with her husband, her father, and her five …

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