Philippines:

2.3 Million Meals Delivered

Recently, the 2.3 million meals we sent to the Philippines were distributed to children, orphans, families, elderly and refugees who are still recovering from the devastating Typhoon Haiyan that struck the country last November. Read more here.

Feeding These Nations

With your help Feeding The Nations assists thousands of people around the world each day. In 2013 alone, we reached 25 nations with a total of 15,000,000 meals. Impressive numbers, for sure, but have you ever stopped to consider how many hands are involved in feeding someone around the world? Read more here.

 

Current missions include the following:

Philippines, Burundi, Zambia, Malawi, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, Syrian Refugees, India and USA. 


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What's behind the numbers?

We can talk about reaching 25 nations in one year, but what does that look like? What are the stories of those who have been helped? Read our latest issue of the Journal to go deeper and learn more.

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Feeding U.S. Veterans 

More than 130,000 veterans are homeless and hungry on any given night in America. They deserve better. That's why we partnered with World Assist, providing 11 pallets of packaged soup. The soup was shipped to Norfolk, Va., and distributed during a Tidewater Area Stand Down to help local homeless and needy veterans and their families. Read more here.

 

Malawi: Mishek's Story

18 months ago, Mishek was malnourished and not well. Now, he's hardly the same boy. Read Mishek's story here.

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Feeding The Nations
P.O. Box 2438
South Bend, IN 46680
Phone: (574) 968-1566

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