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When Western ears hear the word “orphan” it is often associated with a child who has no living parents. Yet, in many parts of the world, an orphan may be a child whose parents are not able or willing to provide for them due to financial strain. In fact, estimates say four out of five […]

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This article by our founder and president, Dave Phillips, first appeared in USA Today’s Childhood Wellness campaign. Once upon a time, hunger in America was primarily in the slums and ghettos of our cities. While it is still there and needs continued response, hungry children have also now appeared in what is a surprising location […]

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Nina lives in the village of Garbuzy in Belarus. Sadly, Nina’s story is a painful one. In addition to being a widow, Nina’s daughter has cancer, and Nina’s own health is weak. As you can imagine, daily life is a struggle for her. One day, Nina noticed that her neighbor, Sveta, was receiving food from […]

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What is a Coin Pak?

December 21, 2016

Whether you’re just joining the party or you’ve been wondering about them in silence, let us introduce you to our favorite little boxes! A Coin Pak is a small version of our Food Pak that you can fill with coins or dollar bills. Each quarter donated provides one meal to a child who needs it. […]

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2016 Highlights

December 20, 2016

Are you ready to see all that you and Children’s Hunger Fund accomplished this year? We understand if this is overwhelming – we’re a little overwhelmed ourselves with God’s goodness. January Container of Food Paks reaches Cebu, Philippines On the first day of 2016, a sea container of Food Paks reached Cebu, Philippines, where it […]

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About CHF


Children’s Hunger Fund serves the suffering children of our world through gospel-centered mercy ministry. To date, we have distributed more than 1 billion dollars in food and other resources to children in the U.S. and around the world. We invite you to face poverty with us.

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