Children's Hunger Fund Opens Poverty Encounter to Public 12/8/18
SYLMAR, Calif. - Nov. 26, 2018 - PRLog -- Children's Hunger Fund announces the opening of Poverty Encounter, a brand new, multi-sensory exhibit that immerses guests into the lives of children and families living in poverty around the globe.
Poverty Encounter is a 90-minute interactive, educational exhibit, that will transport you as you board a real airplane and head for a faraway country. Step into a garbage dump in Central America, walk through a disaster-stricken village, and then to a brickyard in Nepal before journeying through a sewer in Eastern Europe. Travel back home to learn about poverty right in our own communities.
A unique hands-on food packing opportunity at the end of the exhibit allows visitors to make a difference in the lives of the poor.
This opportunity will deepen your understanding of poverty and inspire you to take action with real life stories of survival and hope.
Poverty Encounter: Opening eyes; Igniting hearts; Changing lives.
Tickets are available at: https://povertyencounter.org/
About Children's Hunger Fund
Founded by Dave Phillips in 1991, Children's Hunger Fund has served the needs of children through gospel-centered mercy ministry for more than twenty-six years. Since 1991, 97% of all donations have directly supported programs that serve suffering children and families. The charity has distribution centers in San Antonio, Dallas, and at its headquarters in Los Angeles. At each center, bulk food is packed by volunteers into "Food Paks" (a 20-pound box of nutritious food). Food Paks are distributed to millions of children and families in need throughout the U.S. and worldwide through a unique process, utilizing a Mercy Network of pastors and local churches who deliver the Food Paks into the homes of families in each region that is served. For more information visit www.childrenshungerfund.org
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