For children living in extreme poverty, life can be incredibly difficult. Essentials like food, health care, education and safe shelter aren’t guaranteed. These children are vulnerable and twice as likely to die in childhood. That’s why child sponsorship through the Angels Of Hope program can transform a child’s life! Our Angels Of Hope sponsor the […]
Devoting time to reading the Bible during Thanksgiving week is a wonderful way to remind ourselves of the many ways God blesses us through His word.
Each day, Food For The Poor Board Member Dr. Lynne Nasrallah contemplates the “Stations of the Cross” – the 14 stations that guide believers through the steps taken by Jesus from his condemnation to his burial and resurrection.
Over the last month, Food For The Poor has taken great pride in acknowledging National Hispanic Heritage Month with articles about developments in the Hispanic countries where the charity works and with social media posts featuring FFTP team members of Hispanic descent and their passion for service.
Forty years ago, our shared journey began. We’re dedicated to living out the gospel and helping those living in extreme poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean. And we are so grateful for the support of friends like you who make it all possible. Through your generosity, children whose bodies ache with hunger are fed. […]
Food For The Poor will celebrate our 40th anniversary on February 12, 2022, and I thank God for YOU. The biblical history of the number 40, which appears numerous times across the Old and New Testaments, inspired early Christians in their dedication to Jesus and the Gospel. God gave each of us an awesome task: […]
For 40 years, friends like you have stood alongside us to help poor children and families weather any storm — no matter how devastating. Your faith in God and the kindness of people like you has never wavered. That’s why we’re reaching out to our most steadfast friends, to help families in urgent need suffering […]
Fr. Tony Palazzolo, a Food For The Poor Speaker, recently returned from leading a Mission trip to Haiti, and he shared his reflections on the experience. This was one of the most memorable Mission experiences for me personally. Why? Because of the dramatic change/improvement we experienced in [the village of] La Fosse from the previous […]
One hundred homes will be built for poor families in Jamaica, Honduras and Nicaragua, thanks to the generous support of Food For The Poor donors on #GivingTuesday. Food For The Poor Executive Director Angel Aloma shares his loving gratitude: “Our donors are super heroes! Our countries are always in crisis – and not necessarily from natural […]
Siblings, Drucilla, 7, Simon, 2, and Nancy, 9, (pictured above) spent most of their young lives dirty, bruised and hungry begging on the street for money from strangers. But instead of filling the children’s painfully empty bellies with food, their mother chose to feed her drug and alcohol habit. Abused and neglected by their parents, […]