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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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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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Children, Feeding, News, Support
Working Together with NOW Church

Thursday, December 12, 2019

Feed The Hungry is excited and blessed to announce that NOW church in Worksop will be partnering with us as one of their churches global mission expressions. NOW church have pledged to feed 60 Children each month as one of the ways they will support the work we do. Thank You NOW church for your generous giving and helping us feed more Children in need. Another way NOW Church is partnering with us is by getting NOW Kids involved in making up Kindness Kits. NOW Kids made these up with…

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Children, Feeding, Food, News
Testimony from Zambia

Monday, November 18, 2019

Earlier this year we were able to have some farming training provided to people in Zambia. For many of these people they have had to learn new techniques to help them adapt to the changing climate. Below is an email we received from one of the beneficiaries of this training. Thank you for enabling us to help them. “Allow me to testify how my life have drastically changed from the training I underwent with Feed The Hungry a few months ago and the high yield tomato seeds I was given…

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Children, Clean Water, Donation, News
Boreholes being dug in Zambia!

Monday, November 18, 2019

Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, since September we have been able to equip 11 villages in Zambia with much needed boreholes. Over 200,000 people are now benefiting from access to fresh water. These pictures show the work of drilling the boreholes in October.  Our colleagues in Zambia have also been able to provide one village with a water tank to help store the water that they are able to draw up from their borehole. For many of the local people these are life changing occurrences! Thank you so much…

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Children, Feeding, Food, News
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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Donation, Food, News
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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