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An extraordinary blessed day!

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

By Gwyn Williams, June 2019 It was a seemingly ordinary day in the office, and yet for me, each moment of the day seemed extraordinary, from being met by biscuit crumbs near the kettle; signs of early starters, of a tired voice after from coming back from a mission in Kenya, news of new baby forming in the womb, counting coins collected at a bag packing at a local supermarket, and a volunteer popping in to prepare for backing 5,000 meals at a local school. Accounts being filed, events being…

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Malawi Floods, Emergency Appeal

Monday, March 11, 2019

On 9th March 2019, we were contacted by our partner in Malawi, reporting widespread flooding in the southern regions. Over 125,000 people have been affected and lives have been lost.. Homes have been flattened by flooding and mudslides. Roads have been washed away. In many villages, the clean water supply has been contaminated by the pit latrines being flooded. Our partner, Praise Ijalasi, is already working on the ground, getting what spare supplies we have available there to those worst affected, but there are many more who need our help….

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Sandra’s visit to Ugandan Refugee Camp

Friday, March 31, 2017

In March 2017 Sandra Godley, one of our trustees, travelled to the Kiryandongo Refugee Camp in Uganda to see the work we are doing supporting the South Sudanese refugees. This video shows some of what Sandra encountered on her visit, along with some of the children we support, with your help. For Sandra, this trip gave her the opportunity to meet with the children, to share with them God’s love for them, and to help with preparing their meal for the day. “We’re able to show God’s love practically, in…

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Beloved Feed the Hungry President dies at 62

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

It is with great sorrow and with a heavy heart that Feed The Hungry UK have to announce that our Chairman and mentor Peter Sumrall, who led one of the largest Christian networks has passed away. Sumrall, who was the president and chief executive officer of LeSEA, died December 5, 2015 of a heart attack. He was 62. Despite his unexpected passing, Pete Sumrall’s mission to promote the salvation message of Jesus through the many outreaches of Feed the Hungry and LeSEA will continue. As president of Feed the Hungry…

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