Campaigns

Hunger

Action Against Hunger works to save the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with sustainable access to safe water and long-term solutions to hunger.

Action Against Hunger USA

Action Against Hunger works to save the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with sustainable access to safe water and long-term solutions to hunger.

Feeding the future of America, one school at a time.

Blessings in a Backpack

Feeding the future of America, one school at a time.

To deliver hope to suffering children by equipping local churches for Gospel-centered mercy ministry.

Children's Hunger Fund

To deliver hope to suffering children by equipping local churches for Gospel-centered mercy ministry.

The idea for Do Good Farm began in 2010, as several people began to really explore sustainable ways to affect global hunger and get beyond just shipping boxes of rice and beans over and over again to developing nations. We believe that a combination of aquaponics and permaculture soil farming is a real solution. We invite you to watch a short video that explains aquaponics on our website www.dogoodfarm.org under the video tab. We were also recently featured on the Today Show. That video is accessible there as well. In addition, our goal is to empower missions and communities to create sustainable businesses as a way to fund themselves so that every aspect of what they do is sustainable. For example, an orphanage in Honduras could use sustainable farming, including aquaponics, to not only grow food to feed themselves, but also generate enough surplus to take to market and fund the orphanage. Now, instead of having to constantly raise funds to support that particular orphanage, we can raise funds to start new orphanages, schools, hospitals, etc. I recently spent some time in Zambia, Africa at a school for orphans, where this very idea is happening. They have roughly 20 acres where they are farming strawberries. Their strawberries are on the grocery store shelves in nearby cities and their quality far exceeds their competitors. This is creating jobs, adding value to the economy and adding dignity to the community. They have something significant to offer. This reduces the need to import everything from the outside, and undoes this downward spiral of dependence on others. In time, they can even begin to help others do the same. Tragically, there were several orphanages in the same area which are no longer in operation. They were dependent on the constant fundraising efforts it takes to sustain missions like that. Will we have to fundraise in America? Yes, but wouldn’t it be better to do it in a way that moves the solution forward, rather than simply punting the problem downfield? With this in mind, there are 3 main components to our farm: Food, Farming Systems, and Training. We want to sell all 3 so that we can give all 3. In this way, we are not hogtied to fundraisers and golf tournaments so we are sustainable as well. We also currently operate 3 cafes and 2 coffee shops, House Blend Cafe and Axum Coffee. Within the next six months, we will be opening another cafe, another coffee shop and a whole new restaurant concept, which we are opening in the Dr. Phillips YMCA centered around healthy living and eating and teaching people how to buy and cook healthy. 100% of the profit from these businesses goes back into local and global service projects. Axum’s vision statement is to inspire people and generate resources to restore hope in hard places. The farm adds value to the cafes with locally grown produce and the cafes raise awareness for the farm and invites people into the story of serving others. Additionally, we want to create local jobs, especially for those that are working hard to get back on their feet. According to the book When Helping Hurts, there are 3 main types of help that are provided to the people in need: Relief should be provided for a short period of time when survival is at stake. For example, after a natural disaster or wartime tragedy. Rehab is the next phase that should help the community move out of survival and transition to development. Development is a long term, more expensive stage, that requires patience and endurance. The goal is to help people create lasting solutions. If we continue to provide relief help long term, it ends up doing more harm than good and creates a vicious cycle of dependence that is hard to get out of. Development is where God has called us. If one plane crashes, killing 200 people, it would be the main headline for news organizations around the world. Today, 20,000 children will die from malnutrition and lack of access to clean water. Tomorrow it will happen again, and the next day. That is equivalent to 100 plane crashes every day, yet it won’t make headlines. We simply cannot wake up every day feeling okay about that. We need your help to go make a difference. We are growing a broad range of different crops from lettuce and herbs in our aquaponics system, to a long list of perennial fruits and vegetables in our permaculture food forest. Some of these include sweet potato, cranberry hibiscus, katuk, garlic chives, edible cactus, mulberry, amaranth, chaya, cassava, papaya, passionfruit, true yam, malabar spinach, guava, pomegranate, avocado, moringa, blueberries, raspberries, bananas, etc. We will also plant annual crops throughout the year such as purple cauliflower, regular cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, zucchini, squash, beets, onion, etc.

Do Good Farm

The idea for Do Good Farm began in 2010, as several people began to really explore sustainable ways to affect global hunger and get beyond just shipping boxes of rice and beans over and over again to developing nations. We believe that a combination of aquaponics and permaculture soil farming is a real solution. We invite you to watch a short video that explains aquaponics on our website www.dogoodfarm.org under the video tab. We were also recently featured on the Today Show. That video is accessible there as well. In addition, our goal is to empower missions and communities to create sustainable businesses as a way to fund themselves so that every aspect of what they do is sustainable. For example, an orphanage in Honduras could use sustainable farming, including aquaponics, to not only grow food to feed themselves, but also generate enough surplus to take to market and fund the orphanage. Now, instead of having to constantly raise funds to support that particular orphanage, we can raise funds to start new orphanages, schools, hospitals, etc. I recently spent some time in Zambia, Africa at a school for orphans, where this very idea is happening. They have roughly 20 acres where they are farming strawberries. Their strawberries are on the grocery store shelves in nearby cities and their quality far exceeds their competitors. This is creating jobs, adding value to the economy and adding dignity to the community. They have something significant to offer. This reduces the need to import everything from the outside, and undoes this downward spiral of dependence on others. In time, they can even begin to help others do the same. Tragically, there were several orphanages in the same area which are no longer in operation. They were dependent on the constant fundraising efforts it takes to sustain missions like that. Will we have to fundraise in America? Yes, but wouldn’t it be better to do it in a way that moves the solution forward, rather than simply punting the problem downfield? With this in mind, there are 3 main components to our farm: Food, Farming Systems, and Training. We want to sell all 3 so that we can give all 3. In this way, we are not hogtied to fundraisers and golf tournaments so we are sustainable as well. We also currently operate 3 cafes and 2 coffee shops, House Blend Cafe and Axum Coffee. Within the next six months, we will be opening another cafe, another coffee shop and a whole new restaurant concept, which we are opening in the Dr. Phillips YMCA centered around healthy living and eating and teaching people how to buy and cook healthy. 100% of the profit from these businesses goes back into local and global service projects. Axum’s vision statement is to inspire people and generate resources to restore hope in hard places. The farm adds value to the cafes with locally grown produce and the cafes raise awareness for the farm and invites people into the story of serving others. Additionally, we want to create local jobs, especially for those that are working hard to get back on their feet. According to the book When Helping Hurts, there are 3 main types of help that are provided to the people in need: Relief should be provided for a short period of time when survival is at stake. For example, after a natural disaster or wartime tragedy. Rehab is the next phase that should help the community move out of survival and transition to development. Development is a long term, more expensive stage, that requires patience and endurance. The goal is to help people create lasting solutions. If we continue to provide relief help long term, it ends up doing more harm than good and creates a vicious cycle of dependence that is hard to get out of. Development is where God has called us. If one plane crashes, killing 200 people, it would be the main headline for news organizations around the world. Today, 20,000 children will die from malnutrition and lack of access to clean water. Tomorrow it will happen again, and the next day. That is equivalent to 100 plane crashes every day, yet it won’t make headlines. We simply cannot wake up every day feeling okay about that. We need your help to go make a difference. We are growing a broad range of different crops from lettuce and herbs in our aquaponics system, to a long list of perennial fruits and vegetables in our permaculture food forest. Some of these include sweet potato, cranberry hibiscus, katuk, garlic chives, edible cactus, mulberry, amaranth, chaya, cassava, papaya, passionfruit, true yam, malabar spinach, guava, pomegranate, avocado, moringa, blueberries, raspberries, bananas, etc. We will also plant annual crops throughout the year such as purple cauliflower, regular cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, zucchini, squash, beets, onion, etc.

Our mission is to help feed hungry people by distributing nutritious food and grocery product through our pantries and programs.

Facing Hunger Food Bank

Our mission is to help feed hungry people by distributing nutritious food and grocery product through our pantries and programs.

Feeding America is the nationwide network of 200 food banks that leads the fight against hunger in the United States. Together, we provide food to more than 46 million people through 60,000 food pantries and meal programs in communities across America.

Feeding America

Feeding America is the nationwide network of 200 food banks that leads the fight against hunger in the United States. Together, we provide food to more than 46 million people through 60,000 food pantries and meal programs in communities across America.

Freedom from Hunger brings innovative and sustainable self-help solutions to the fight against chronic hunger and poverty.

Freedom from Hunger

Freedom from Hunger brings innovative and sustainable self-help solutions to the fight against chronic hunger and poverty.

The mission of Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) is to increase food security for underserved populations in North King County through nutritious meals, educational programs, and advocacy.

Hunger Intervention Program - HIP

The mission of Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) is to increase food security for underserved populations in North King County through nutritious meals, educational programs, and advocacy.

Feeding hungry tummies and curious minds and inspiring children from the inside out through nutrition, education and experiences.

Justin and Kate Rose Foundations

Feeding hungry tummies and curious minds and inspiring children from the inside out through nutrition, education and experiences.

Share Our Strength® is a national organization that works hard to make sure no kid in America grows up hungry.

Share Our Strength

Share Our Strength® is a national organization that works hard to make sure no kid in America grows up hungry.

Distributing Food, Providing Hope, Having Faith, Ending Hunger Southeastern Food Bank, a division of Bread of Life Fellowship, has been feeding the hungry throughout Central Florida for 25 years. Our mission is to offer life’s necessities to those in need and share a message of hope. Southeastern Food Bank/Bread of Life Fellowship partners with more than 40 non-profit organizations in Central Florida without charging any fees for food. We give Free food throughout Florida, in parts of the Southeast, and also to foreign countries. We continue to show the under-served population that we have the faith to end hunger; thanks to the support of individuals and businesses in our community. Our funding comes solely through donations from individuals, churches, businesses, other non-profit organizations and grants. Financial donations are crucial to support daily operational expenses such as electricity, equipment, maintenance and fuel for our trucks that are used to pick up food throughout Florida.

Southeastern Food Bank

Distributing Food, Providing Hope, Having Faith, Ending Hunger Southeastern Food Bank, a division of Bread of Life Fellowship, has been feeding the hungry throughout Central Florida for 25 years. Our mission is to offer life’s necessities to those in need and share a message of hope. Southeastern Food Bank/Bread of Life Fellowship partners with more than 40 non-profit organizations in Central Florida without charging any fees for food. We give Free food throughout Florida, in parts of the Southeast, and also to foreign countries. We continue to show the under-served population that we have the faith to end hunger; thanks to the support of individuals and businesses in our community. Our funding comes solely through donations from individuals, churches, businesses, other non-profit organizations and grants. Financial donations are crucial to support daily operational expenses such as electricity, equipment, maintenance and fuel for our trucks that are used to pick up food throughout Florida.

Our Vision: A world where every woman, man, and child leads a healthy, fulfilling life of self-reliance and dignity.

The Global Hunger Project

Our Vision: A world where every woman, man, and child leads a healthy, fulfilling life of self-reliance and dignity.

We proudly support the mission of the United Nations World Food Programme, the largest agency addressing hunger worldwide.

World Food Program USA

We proudly support the mission of the United Nations World Food Programme, the largest agency addressing hunger worldwide.

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