Friday, January 26, 2018
Hello. If someone should ask me what would be the most significant, impactful thing that has happened to me since joining Feed the Hungry in 2010, I would say it was making prayer my companion. You can read more here of how prayer has been answered again and again. Prayer has changed my life and I know that is the same for the whole team. That’s why I am calling all our friends and supporters to join us this February to pray for the work of Feed the Hungry UK….
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…
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…
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…
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Early this summer, we made a promise to reach 15,000 of the world’s hungriest children through our 2016 Feeding Challenge. You responded with an overwhelming outpouring of support through our 90 Days of Promise—and now we’re able to fulfill our commitment to feed an additional 15,000 precious kids! Every meal you’ve provided is bringing lasting change—as happy kids with full tummies are able to keep attending school. And of course, each one is blessed with the chance to hear the Good News of Jesus—the One who always keeps His promises….
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Dear Friend, I recently had the privilege of travelling to Southern Africa to spend time with our Every Child, Every Day partners there. It was a very special time…but also incredibly sobering. I saw first-hand the devastating impact of the intensifying drought, which is hitting the region hard. With each passing day, the soil hardens, the crops weaken and the people grow hungrier. And of course it’s the children who are most at risk. I met so many precious kids who are living with the daily reality of gnawing hunger….
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
We wanted to put faces to the names. The Feed The Hungry UK staff have increased in numbers over the last couple of months and we thought you’d like to get to know them a bit better. For pictures of the team please visit: https://feedthehungry.org.uk/about-us/leadership-staff/ Gwyn Williams continues as Operations Manager and has recently come back from trips to Zambia, Italy and Switzerland. His passions are forming new business relationships and painting. Gwyn is married to Lorraine who works as an accounts assistant at FTH UK. Lorraine enjoys being together…
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Feed the Hungry is working towards feeding 125,000 children around the world daily.
Thursday, July 24, 2014
“The war in Congo was very, very bad. We were very lucky. We all escaped from my family. In the villages we passed it was very bad. God helped us to get here.” “Because there is no war here I will stay here. I have children to raise. I want to raise them without fear. When I remember the bullets flying I am afraid. My heart is scared. I am so glad to be here where it is safe.” Sarah and her children now live in the Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement…