. . . the need for help continues!
Join us for the completion of the packaging of the final 100,000 meals (of 500,000) that have been designated for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Lincoln Kids Against Hunger will be holding open sessions on the following dates and times. These sessions have been made possible due to the generosity of a grant from the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod – USA and the Orphan Grain Train Inc. – USA. Volunteers are asked to make a minimum $10 donation to help with additional costs not covered by the grant.
2 hours + $10 = Lives Saved!
Please consider helping us help the children and families of the Philippines. After being hit by what is called the worst storm in history, the victims continue to fight for survival. Many continue to live in the remains of the aftermath – freight containers, twisted metal, abandoned boats washed ashore while they cover themselves with plastic sheeting and old mattresses.
Together, we make a huge difference. Your help and financial donation will allow us to provide the much needed nourishment and hope for those who continue to struggle every minute of every day.
Public Sessions: (40 slots) [ SIGN UP ]
May 3rd (Saturday): 10 to noon
May 4th (Sunday): 1:30 to 3:30 PM
Please note: Email Becky directly for groups that are larger than 10. Do not register on this page.
Richard Proudfit, the founder of Kids Against Hunger, joins CIA Director General David Petraeus, Harry Connick, Jr., and Branford Marsalis as Recipients of Nation's Highest Honor for Community Service at June 19 Ceremony
The nation's highest honor for community service was awarded on Tuesday, June 19 for extraordinary individuals and organizations whose selfless, noble and compassionate work has improved the lives of countless people and amplified our collective commitment to helping one another and contributing to the larger good. Known as the "Nobel Prize of public service," this year's Jefferson Awards – now in its 40th year – recognizes contributions to service in eight separate categories, including: Greatest Public Service by an Elected or Appointed Official; Greatest Public Service by a Public Citizen; and Greatest Public Service Benefiting the Disadvantaged.