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Please help your radio station as we partner together to feed the hungry children in Africa. Any amount has the ability to make a big impact. Did you know that just $38 feeds a child for one year? Click the link below to join with us in making a difference in the lives of hungry children. Make a Radiothon Donation Save Save Save Save Save Save … read more>>

Drive to the Bridge

On November 18 and 19, Jeff Nicolett and a group of supporters will drive from South Bend, Ind., to the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan, all in an effort to bring awareness to a great need. They will drive 1,000 miles in two days with one mission in mind: to feed hungry people around the world. For over a decade now, Jeff has taken a unique approach to making a difference and supporting Feeding The Nations' (FTN) efforts. He has raised thousands of dollars by asking others to support his ride by donating to FTN. “I felt a responsibility and ownership to take food and hope to those countries, but I didn’t have a way to bridge the gap between where I am in Indiana and where the food goes to other countries,” Jeff said. “I thought the best way to demonstrate that gap would be to do a … read more>>

Iraq: Feeding Survivors of Terrorism

Wondering how you can make a difference in the fight against ISIS? You can help bring food, hope and the love of Christ to families in Iraq who have escaped this terrorist group. Feeding The Nations provided food for people who have fled ISIS and have assembled in refugee camps in northern Iraq. Many have only the clothes they had on their backs when they left. The majority of the refugees are women and children, as many of the men left to fight or were killed helping their families flee. We were able to reach these people thanks to a partnership with the U.S. military. Through the Denton Program, the U.S. military ships relief supplies free-of-charge when space is available on aircraft. NGOs working where the U.S. has operations can use the program to reach citizens in … read more>>

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