Stop Hunger Now Celebrates 1 Million Meal Milestone With Oklahoma Church

Church of the Servant Packages Their One Millionth Meal to Fight Global Hunger (Oklahoma City, OK, 5/1/2016) – After six years of packaging meals to fight world hunger, Church of the Servant in Oklahoma City is reaching a milestone: one million meals packaged to fight global hunger. On May 1, one thousand Church of the […]

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Stop Hunger Now and Local Volunteers Hold 24-hour Meal Packaging Marathon to Fight World Hunger

Over 800 West Chester Residents Scheduled to Package 120,000 Meals (West Chester, PA, 4/29/16) – More than 800 residents of the West Chester community are teaming up with Stop Hunger Now in a unique 24-hour meal packaging marathon. Starting at 4 pm on April 29th at First Presbyterian Church, volunteers will assemble 120,000 meals for […]

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Providing Relief to Syrian Refugees in Crisis

Many volunteers are asking: How is Stop Hunger Now responding to the refugee crisis in Europe? We have a team of specialists on staff who work with partners around the world to determine how, where, when, and if we are able to deliver food and medical supplies to refugees across the globe. “While the US […]

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Stop Hunger Celebrates New York Opening with April 7 Grand Opening Event

Residents in and around the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area now have a hands-on way to help end world hunger.  In an effort to grow the movement to end hunger and engage more volunteers, Stop Hunger Now celebrated the opening of a new location with a ribbon-cutting and grand opening event on April […]

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Stop Hunger Now Meals Dodge Gunfire, Checkpoints, Snipers in War-Torn Ukraine

Gunfire. Rocket launches. Snipers. Have you ever wondered what it’s like when our meals arrive in war-torn countries, or how and if they arrive safely? Places like Ukraine, where those left behind after war and devastation have no heat, no money and no food? Nicole Dewberry from Raleigh, North Carolina can tell you exactly what […]

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5 Things You Can Do in 2016 to Help End World Hunger

Do you believe it’s possible to end world hunger by the year 2030?  We do. Our volunteers do. Our partners do. And in fact, the United Nations targeted “zero hunger” as one of its top Global Goals. Here’s the good news: The number of people in the world suffering from hunger has dropped to 795 […]

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After Typhoon, Single Mom’s Life Transformed with Meals, Lessons on Health and Livelihood

After Typhoon Haiyan hit Rosalie’s home in the Philippines two years ago, the single mother and her two daughters were left with nothing. She was turned away after seeking refuge in the home of an aunt; the supplies she borrowed from a cousin to try to rebuild her home were taken away; and, her income […]

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New Board Chair says “Hunger is Solvable in So Many Ways”

Stop Hunger Now’s new Board Chair Kate Day brings management and business development expertise, international experience, passion and a firm belief that hunger is solvable. Two of her top goals in leading the Board in 2016 are to engage volunteers at a deeper level, and to position the organization for the future with sustainable community […]

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5 Questions with Stop Hunger Now’s Newest Program Manager

 This winter, we expanded our meal packaging program to beautiful and vibrant Nashville, Tennessee. Read below to get to know the newest member of the Stop Hunger Now family, our Nashville Program Manager, Eric Taft! How did you wind up at Stop Hunger Now and what do you do here? I spent two years with […]

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Taking On Stunting, Depression, Prostitution & More Through Food Aid

  Through a grant from Stop Hunger Now, Stop Hunger Now Philippines recently donated meals and stainless steel cooking pots to the Salesians of Don Bosco in support of their feeding program in BayaniJuan, Calauan, Laguna. BayaniJuan Southville 7 is a 107-hectare community owned by the National Housing Authority. This is a resettlement site housing more […]

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Following Crocodile Attack, Meals Help Heal

When he was six years old, Moses was sent to live with his aunt in Malawi’s rural Kalavina Village following the deaths of both of his parents. Now, at 16, he is enrolled in the 5th grade at Dande Primary School. He fell behind in school after a life-changing encounter on the banks of the […]

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From United States to Haiti: How Stop Hunger Now is Transforming Lives in Port-au-Prince

Many of the challenges facing the people  – especially the youth – of Haiti existed long before the disaster struck in 2010. Many were homeless. Children were hungry. Conditions were crowded. Water was in short supply. The earthquake added to the misery of thousands. Included in those survivors were children who, despite the desperate circumstances, […]

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