Refugees have been fleeing the Middle East, leaving behind their homes, families, jobs and all they know. Nearly 1 million have entered Greece in hopes of finding something better. But, with Greece in the midst of a financial catastrophe, it is struggling to support its own people, leaving many refugees to live in parks and other make-shift homes. Recently, FTN went to Greece to feed hundreds of these refugees, while sharing the love of Christ with them. Read more here.
With your help Feeding The Nations assists thousands of people around the world each day. In 2013 alone, we reached 25 nations with a total of 15,000,000 meals. Impressive numbers, for sure, but have you ever stopped to consider how many hands are involved in feeding someone around the world? Read more here.
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We can talk about reaching 25 nations in one year, but what does that look like? What are the stories of those who have been helped? Read our latest issue of the Journal to go deeper and learn more.
We recently sent 43,000 pounds of dried vegetable soup mix (enough to make nearly 1 million bowls of soup) to Mexico. It not only met their immediate needs, but also made an eternal impact on their lives and relationships with Christ. Read more here.
In July, 200 boxes of specially formulated rice meals were given to the public health hospital in Afghanistan, so that severely malnourished children will receive a prescribed amount of food each month. These children live in a war zone called Afghanistan. Read more here.
Recently, the 2.3 million meals we sent to the Philippines were distributed to children, orphans, families, elderly and refugees who are still recovering from the devastating Typhoon Haiyan that struck the country last November. Read more here.
Malawi: Mishek's Story
18 months ago, Mishek was malnourished and not well. Now, he's hardly the same boy. Read Mishek's story here.