Feeding Hope – January & February Update

In a couple short weeks we’ll be off to Haiti. Before we board the plane and head to the Caribbean, Feeding Hope will celebrate its three year anniversary! This program has been a labor of love from the very beginning. There have been months when we didn’t know how we would provide, yet somehow, meals

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Help After Hurricane Matthew

Today’s blog written by April Cooper. First, let me say, we are a very small nonprofit. Sadly, we do not have the resources to “rebuild” Haiti. So, our approach is on a much smaller but necessary scale. Our goal is to provide the most basic necessities to people in need, before Hurricane Matthew and after.

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Feeding Hope – May & June Update

Hi, everyone! It’s time for an update!! MEALS SERVED in MAY & JUNE: 7,260 MEALS TO DATE: 89,131 We’re rolling through summer time with hopeful hearts. We’ve had several groups visit our program over the past couple months; Feed My Starving Children, Poverty Resolutions and Soles4Souls to name a few.  We were SO excited to

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Feeding Hope Update (November, December & January)

MEALS SERVED in NOVEMBER, DECEMBER & JANUARY: 10,725 MEALS TO DATE: 71,146 It’s been a couple months since we’ve posted an update but the meals have been served like clockwork! The kids are growing more and more each day. A couple exciting things happened over the last few months. First, Pastor Alex brought a really

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Together We Can Do More

April, here. I wanted to chat a bit about Feed My Starving Children and update everyone on their involvement in Feeding Hope and our partnership with them. Several months ago, we were invited to join a collaborative group with FMSC called CROPPS – Coalition of Relief Organizations Promoting Practical Solutions. This group will “provide a

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Hope for the Holidays

Like most, this is my favorite time of year! People are more kind to each other, the giving spirit is in full swing & spending time with loved ones is a priority.  The holidays remind us how blessed we are and how thankful we should be. Last month, I was chatting with a friend of

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