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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 $45 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 DonationSaveSave … read more>>

Puerto Rico: Smiles for Hurricane Victims

What a privilege to reach a nation in great need! When Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico in September of last year, it left people hurt, homeless and hopeless. It also impacted families within our own local community as they had a way to tangibly help those in need. We teamed up with Covenant Christian School (CCS) in Mishawaka, Ind., to send supplies and food to help aid in the recovery efforts. The Spanish teacher at CCS organized the collection and worked with the local Puerto Rican community who wanted to help their family and friends, but didn’t know how to do it from afar.  Together we sent a container of food, vitamins, water, diapers, baby wipes, canned goods and bandages, which made a huge impact. It was given to people in relief shelters and children in schools. The … read more>>

Malawi: Velia’s Story

Wondering what impact your donation to Feeding The Nations makes? It helps people like Velia—an elderly grandmother in Malawi who cares for her 5 orphaned grandchildren. She is frail and no longer able to work as a farmer in the fields, but she is very capable of providing a safe shelter for her grandchildren. She is thankful that her grandchildren are able to attend the local primary school where they receive food each day. She is hopeful that the education they receive will make them strong for the future.   Last year Velia became extremely ill and the family feared the worst. It is hard to imagine life without 'agogo' here. She is the one who holds the family together and no one was prepared for her to die. Thankfully, she recovered and continues on serving her … read more>>

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