Food and Hope for Children in Need

For orphaned and vulnerable children living in the slums of Lusaka, the capital and largest city in Zambia in southern Africa, life is a daily horror of poverty, malnutrition, and despair. But thanks to steadfast, generous supporters likes you, those children have hope for a brighter future. Meals packaged by volunteers for Stop Hunger Now […]

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College Freshman Wins Clinton Award

Maria Rose Belding, a freshman at American University who founded and heads a nonprofit that connects food banks and emergency feeding systems with food donors, is the winner of the 2015 President William Jefferson Clinton Hunger Leadership Award. Co-sponsoring the $1,500 award are Stop Hunger Now, an international relief agency that distributes food and life-changing […]

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Dining Out to End Hunger

Stop Hunger Now’s partnership with Zambrero, a Mexican-food franchise based in Australia, was the focus of an article April 2 in the U.S. edition of The Guardian, the London-based news organization. Through its Plate4Plate program, for every purchase of one of its burritos or bowls Zambrero funds the cost of ingredients for Stop Hunger Now meals. […]

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Visiting Nicaragua: Food, Hope, Inspiration

Food means life for starving children, and gives them hope. Cold facts can quantify the impact of hunger. But to truly fathom its ravages, and the sustenance and promise a meal can give to a hungry child, there is no substitute to being there. This spring, in collaboration with ORPHANetwork, our in-country partner in Nicaragua, […]

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Stop Hunger Now Partners with Raggio Custom Calls to package 12,000 Meals

Stop Hunger Now and Raggio Custom Calls are joining forces in the fight against hunger.  More than 50 volunteers will package meals for the world’s hungry at 1 PM on Saturday, April 25, 2015, at First United Methodist Church, 100 Mount Salus Rd, Clinton, MS. Stop Hunger Now meal packaging events are a volunteer-based program that […]

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Stop Hunger Now Partners With Laguna Niguel LDS Stake to Package 75,000 meals

Stop Hunger Now and the Laguna Niguel Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints are joining forces in the fight against hunger.  More than 500 volunteers will package 75,000 meals for the world’s hungry  in two shifts at 10:00AM and 1:00 PM on Saturday,  April 25, 2015, at the Laguna Niguel Stake […]

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Jim Green Awarded CFRE Designation

CFRE International has named James “Jim” Green as a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). Jim, Chief Development Officer for Stop Hunger Now, joins over 5,300 professionals around the world who hold the CFRE designation. Individuals granted the CFRE credential have met a series of standards set by CFRE International which include tenure in the profession, […]

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Stop Hunger Now Partners with Kamado Grille

Kamado Grille, the newest restaurant experience in Raleigh, NC, is teaming up with Stop Hunger Now in the fight against hunger. 125 Kamado Grille team members will package more than 17,000 meals for the world’s hungry on April 22, 2015 at 832 Springfield Commons Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609 (corner of Spring Forest Road and Falls […]

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The Finest Work: Update from South Sudan

Guest post courtesy of Dr. Ann Evans, longtime partner and friend of Stop Hunger Now. Dr. Evans spent 10 weeks on the ground working with Sudan Medical Relief during a widespread outbreak of kala azar (the second largest parasitic killer in the world) in the village of Old Fangak. I have been traveling to South […]

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The Justice of Eating

While most college students take advantage of spring break to unwind or let loose, groups from University of California San Diego, University of Central Florida and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville decided to take part in a powerful, active alternative to the typical spring break instead. Alternative Service Breaks (ASB) allow students to spend full week bonding with fellow students and impacting […]

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One Girl, One Village, One Country at a Time

The other day, I was searching through the TED Talks website and came across the video A Girl Who Demanded School featuring Kakenya Ntaiya that truly inspired me. Kakenya grew up in a small village of the Maasai tribe in Kenya. When she was just 5 years old, she was engaged to be married. The […]

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Meals en route to the Dominican Republic!

A container totaling 285,120 meals is now on its way to the Dominican Republic!  The meals will be received by our in-country partner, Citihope International. With 42% of the population below the poverty line, food shortage is prevalent throughout the Dominican Republic. CitiHope provides food and other resources to schools, orphanages and other needy people and […]

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