Archive for 2020

News, Support
Tammy’s Story

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

This is Tammy and she is 23 years old. Born in the southern provence of Zambia, she is the youngest of two children. Tammy graduated high school in 2015 with a flare for business. She had always dreamt of training to be a nurse, but her family were unable to pay for her to go to college. Using her business skills, she opened a small shop that supports her and her family, anything left over going to saving for college. Feed the Hungry have recently started to sponsor Tammy and,…

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Donation, Feeding, Partnership
The Neighbourly Campaign

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

We have a fab opportunity for those of you who are local to our warehouse during November! Via Neighbourly, we have partnered with Lidl Hinckley. First of all, what is Neighbourly? Neighbourly is an award-winning giving platform that helps businesses make a positive impact in their communities by donating volunteer time, money and/or surplus products. What does that mean for you and Feed The Hungry? This means that, as part of your normal shop, you can select non-perishable food items to donate to us. At the end of this campaign,…

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Devotional
Walk in Success

Friday, September 11, 2020

Striving to do your best, to live as you feel is correct, to follow Jesus daily can feel really overwhelming at times. Ultimately we are human, meaning we are perfectly imperfect. Imperfect because we will make mistakes, we will do wrong, we will have regrets. But ‘perfectly’ so because we have the opportunity to learn from those mistakes. We can choose not to dwell on them but use them to help shape our future selves. To, again, live more like Jesus. To demonstrate his love for the world. To invite…

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Devotional
Overcoming Adversity

Friday, September 4, 2020

You know the story of Moses right? A boy born when all boys were sentenced to death, a boy born into slavery. The thing that Moses did have going for him was that his parents had faith. They decided they could not and would not let him die. They hid him. Only for him to be found by Pharaoh’s daughter who adopted him! He lived his life as a king’s son. Because of the faith of Moses’ parents he was able to overcome a set of seemingly hopeless circumstances. Because…

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Interview with Ruben Rasaili

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Today, Ruben Rasaili, our partner in Nepal, spent time with Gwyn Williams, the UK Operations Director, and they shared together about our work and how your support is changing the lives of so many people in Nepal. You can watch their interview here   https://youtu.be/TuHlIz3weBo

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News
Lilu Restaurant

Monday, January 27, 2020

We are excited to let you know about our new relationship with Lilu Indian Restaurant in Leicester. The restaurant is opening its doors to welcome diners in support of Feed The Hungry, with a portion of the profits being donated to help support our work. Being ranked the top indian restaurant in Leicester, according to Trip Advisor, Lilu offers you a fine dining experience, with a menu comprising of family-recipe inspired dishes. If you would like to book a table, please visit https://lilurestaurant.co.uk/contact/

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