In a remote area of Guyana where the literacy rate is low and food insecurity is high, the residents of Baramita Village hold onto hope. Food For The Poor donor-supported projects recently implemented in Baramita include the Food Security Project and a new library with a specific focus on supporting the education of children ages […]
A Beautiful Gift for a Jamaican High School
Please take a few minutes to be inspired, encouraged and uplifted by this fantastic video produced by FFP Videographer extraordinaire, Mr. Ian Wood. The video documents how U.S. companies like Contrax and the Institution Recycling Network are working with Food For The Poor to help transform a high school in Jamaica.
What Mothers Want
As a mother, I wish for my child to be the kind of person who is confident, considerate and competent. I want her to learn how to program computers, surf and change a tire. My dreams for her seem so grandiose when compared to the aspirations of many of the mothers Food For The Poor […]
FFP in Dominica
By Robby Brumberg Dominica is a jaw-droppingly beautiful place, filled with spectacular beaches, mountains, waterfalls and other protected natural beauty, but nearly a third of all Dominica residents live in poverty. Here are a few more things you might not know about the “Nature Island of the Caribbean.” That cool looking bird on Dominica’s flag […]
Building hope in Jamaica
Since 2001, Craig Ruppert and Chris Davitt — along with a tremendous amount of faithful family and friends — have partnered with Food For The Poor to build four schools, 165 housing units, and a home for the elderly. They’ve also made possible a sustainable fishing village project and two clean water initiatives. A couple months […]
A True Place to Call Home
Amber Noe is the coordinator of Food For The Poor’s peer-to-peer fundraising program, Champions for the Poor. She recently traveled to Haiti for the first time, and was kind enough to share some of her experiences with us.
Angels of Hope orphans draw self-esteem, Biblical knowledge from contest
The 6th annual Angels of Hope Drawing Contest is now under way.
A True Place to Call Home: II
Amber, our Champions For The Poor coordinator, shares more about her first trip to Haiti.
Survive and Thrive
I was just looking at the FFP website and saw a couple things that grabbed my attention.
A Safe Home (and Much More) in Honduras, Thanks to You
A few weeks ago, Angel, our Executive Director, shared about a family living underneath a tarp in a garbage dump in Honduras. Angel wrote about Maria, who was 8 1/2 months pregnant. He called for prayer that her baby would be born and raised in a safe, new home, instead of in the hazardous dump.