Cuba: Hurricane Irma Relief

Hurricane Irma hit Cuba as a category 5 hurricane—the first hurricane of that strength to make landfall in the country since 1924. It claimed lives, and caused massive destruction to farmland and widespread flooding. Because of our partnership with EchoCuba, rice and vegetable meals that we had previously sent were able to be distributed in the immediate aftermath as part of recovery efforts. We give thanks for God's provision that these meals were already in country and able to be used when disaster struck! EchoCuba has a network of local churches and ministries who are meeting the physical, spiritual and development needs of local communities, as best they can. But we can do more to help. Please join us in sending more food and necessities to those in need in Cuba … read more>>

Hurricane Harvey Relief

The victims of Hurricane Harvey need us now. And we can help. We can be the hands and feet of Christ during this crisis. DonateThe images of the flooding and devastation are unbelievable. But they are real. Even as flood waters recede, recovery will take months, if not years in some locations. But there’s a way we can help now. Feeding The Nations is partnering with two organizations who are on the ground in Houston and surrounding areas. They are mobilizing to meet immediate needs. In fact, the first shipment of goods have already been sent. These efforts are under way and we need your help. Every dollar matters. Together, let’s show the love of Christ to those in need. Donate today. There are two ways you can give: 1) Click the button below and choose “Hurricane … read more>>

Haiti: The Faces of Hurricane Relief

It is easy to hear disaster reports in the news and, while saddened by the devastation, not see the faces of those who have been affected. Today, we want to show you some of those faces. These are people whose lives forever changed when Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti on October 4, 2016. And now they give thanks for provisions provided that offer a glimmer of hope as they continue to recover. By working alongside other organizations and thanks to individual donations, we have delivered meals to families who lost their homes, as well as to women, children and the elderly. This food has kept families from experiencing disaster-related starvation and malnutrition. It has given them security in knowing they don’t have to look for food elsewhere; instead they can focus on shelter … read more>>

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