Oct. 30, 2012
-- Children’s Hunger Fund (CHF) is urgently routing food and other aid to help victims of Superstorm Sandy in the Eastern United States.
As the winds and rains battered cities and towns up and down the east coast and deep into New England states, community churches and ministries are rapidly organizing to help displaced families. Children’s Hunger Fund (CHF) is gathering resources from corporate and ministry partners across the country to supply those ministries with the things they need to respond. A special fund has been opened to receive donations toward this work.
“As with all disasters,” said CHF President Dave Phillips, “the poor will be the hardest hit by this tragedy. Their lives will be impacted in ways we can’t imagine, and we hope to help local churches ease their suffering while they recover.”
At the same time, ministries in the Caribbean are suffering from the initial hit of this same storm earlier this week. Ministries supplied by CHF in the Dominican Republic and Haiti are in need of help.
Children’s Hunger Fund is asking the public to make cash donations toward this effort via their website (ChildrensHungerFund.org/
donate). In addition, they are seeking bulk quantities of food and other aid from corporations. Individuals wishing to volunteer time, should check the website often. Opportunities will be posted as they become available.
About Children’s Hunger Fund: Children's Hunger Fund (CHF) is a Christian 501(c)3 nonprofit. CHF has been committed to Gospel-centered mercy ministry for over twenty years, using food as a catalyst to nourish the bodies and feed the souls of children in desperate need. All in all, CHF has distributed more than 1 billion dollars in food and other resources, serving the needs of more than 20 million children throughout the U.S. and in seventy-two countries worldwide. Since 1991, 99% of CHF's total revenue has been used for programs helping kids.