Archive for 2017

“And who is my neighbour?”

Friday, December 15, 2017

Luke 10 tells us a relevant story; The parable of the good Samaritan. It’s relevant because this time of year we are forced to think about the same question brought to Jesus: ‘who is my neighbour?’. Of course we know the answer, we’ve read the story many times but how does knowing the correct answer practically reveal itself in our lives? This Christmas time Feed the Hungry UK are supporting children in Romania. Specifically those who live in the Bread of Life Orphanage in Brosteni. These children have grown up…


Hunger, Support
Nepal Emergency Appeal.

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Hello We need your help. In the last week torrential rain has hit southern Nepal and thousands have been displaced from their homes. More rain is forecast, and officials are still trying to get information from the more remote areas. The floods have wiped out the crops which would have provided food and a source of income for the families affected. Thanks to the partnerships we already have in place, working with people like local pastor Ruben Rasaili, we are able to get aid to those remote areas quickly, but…


Press Launch in Parliament

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

On the 3rd of July representatives from Feed the Hungry UK and Rise Against Hunger gathered at Millbank House in the House of Lords to launch a new partnership. Feed the Hungry currently feed over 160,000 children around the world everyday and a lot of that food comes from Rise Against Hunger events. Operations Director of Feed the Hungry UK, Gwyn Williams says “We are so thankful for our established relationship with Rise Against Hunger. We are already working together towards the same goal!” A goal that Ray Buchanan, founder…


Donation, Support
Clothes Packing for Syrian Refugees

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Volunteer Packing night for Syrian Refugees. 18 volunteers from the Warwickshire and hinckley area came to our warehouse Over a pallet of aid was sorted and packed – thats approx 60 banana boxes in the space of 2 hours. Partnering with Samaras aid – this aid will be going to displaced people in Syria In total Feed the Hungry volunteers have packed around 7 pallets of aid to go out to Syria of which all clothing and dignity items have been donated. We couldn’t achieve this without the support of…


Children, Donation, Support
Make May Matter – Sponsored Walk

Monday, June 12, 2017


On the 30th May, during half term, 43 people from the local Hinckley and Nuneaton area came together at Bosworth Country Park to take part in a sponsored walk organised by the charity Feed the Hungry UK. Walkers consisted of all ages and generations. This was all in the aid of feeding children facing extreme hunger and famine in other parts of the world. Feed the hungry work in 21 countries and feed around 153,000 children daily, the charity has a UK base here in Hinckley. For £4 the charity…


Children, Food, Hunger
Be part of the solution

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

We’re looking for volunteers to come and lend a hand in packing to be sent out to Feed the Hungry’s partners, working in some the poorest countries. So sign up as an individual, a group, family, church. Come along and help to pack meals for starving children & families around the World. JUNE 9th or 10th! It’s so easy to sign up, pick a time slot and pay your donation. Just check out —- Can’t make it in June? If want to help, but can’t make it in June,…


Nourishment for souls

Thursday, May 4, 2017

The World’s most vulnerable children aren’t just hungry for food. They’re hungry to know that Jesus loves them. So with your help, we’re spreading the Gospel to the children in our feeding programmes by giving them Bibles and biblical resources – so they can know the joy of a full life both physically and spiritually. You’re changing lives by sending scriptural resources like Biblica’s Bible Adventures – mini Bible studies that use colourful illustrations to communicate God’s love and truth to children. Angeline, one of our coworkers in the Philippines,…


Hope in Happyland

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Happyland is a community on the northwest side of the city of Manila in the Philippines – but it’s anything but happy. With no sewers and no running water, the people in these areas survive by scavenging through rubbish for whatever they can recycle and sell. The average income for a family in these areas is usually around £1 to £2 a day. Often people are forced to eat whatever food scraps they can find. In not-so-Happyland, you’ll find many precious children at risk of being trapped in this rubbish-dump…

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