Together, we FACE Poverty.
Feed, Aid, Connect, and Equip. It’s an acronym for the 4 ways that you and Children’s Hunger Fund reach out to suffering children and deliver both physical and spiritual hope. In the first two installments of this series, we introduced the categories of Feed and Aid. This week, we explore what it means to Connect.
Connecting is at the heart of what we do. Whether it is you connecting your network of friends, or a pastor connecting with a family in the remote villages of Myanmar, we believe amazing things can happen through relationships. By introducing others to the ministry you are passionate about, you can have a part in expanding the work of serving the suffering children around the world. You can connect CHF to:
- Resource churches who give donations and Food Paks AND/OR Recipient Churches who receive food and aid for distribution
- Corporations for philanthropic donations, social awareness campaigns, and joint marketing efforts
- Most of all, prayer through your circles of friends
What it means to CONNECT:
A few years ago, a couple who have known CHF and served as board members and volunteers were chatting with friends of theirs. These friends were committed to helping others, especially children, and were thrilled to hear about the work of Children’s Hunger Fund and how relationships in local communities through the church was the methodology to bring about help and transformation. This new couple prayed, met with CHF, and after a period of time, believed God would have them allocate a generous donation to expand the Mercy Networks of sub-Saharan Africa from 5 countries to 10. Now, new children are being fed and new homes are being restored by faith and mercy. All of this is because one couple simply told their friends about their passion to see children’s lives changed.