More than 815 million people in this world do not have enough to eat.
We believe in a world of plenty, no person should go hungry.
We help those living in the poorest regions of the world grow their own food and earn an income. When people have the tools and training to take charge of their futures, positive change not only happens — it lasts.
When all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food that meets their dietary needs for an active and healthy life. Learn how families are breaking the cycle of poverty and ending their struggle with hunger through agricultural development.
Through our Growing Projects, U.S. farmers gather together with their churches and surrounding communities to become part of the solution — raising money and awareness to end world hunger.
Founded as Foods Resource Bank in 1999, we’ve helped more than 1.6 million people in need help themselves. Our new name—Growing Hope Globally —better captures the spirit of our mission.
As little as $55 will enable a hungry person to break the cycle of poverty and lead a more productive, healthy life.
See the lasting changes the programs we support make while experiencing the rich culture of the Maya Ixil and Maya Mam people. You’ll travel to communities that are just starting their training as well as to ones that have experienced success over the past seven years.
We are pleased to announce that Max Finberg has joined Foods Resource Bank, soon to be known as Growing Hope Globally, as President and CEO on September 1, 2018. Max has 25 years of experience working to end hunger and poverty in both the United States and around the world, most recently serving as a […]
Even with the real and present danger of rebel groups storming the town of Gamboula and surrounding areas for many months, courageous program participants and the staff of local partner CEFA have managed to find ways to carry on. With the exception of the cattle program – the animals are a significant investment and are […]
When Agnes’s children need school supplies or tuition is due, finding the money to pay for them is no longer an issue. She has plenty of eggs and chickens to sell thanks to training she received in caring for poultry, as a member of a Self-Help Group (SHG) supported by the Kenya West Pokot program.
Join us for a harvest worship service and lunch to celebrate our progress toward a world without hunger!
Come out for a fun day in the field, featuring combine rides, snacks and fellowship!
Learn what happens in a community when a program we support ends. Bev Abma will share surprising discoveries from her return trip to several African communities.