Every news media you view is documenting the devastation for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. We hear their desperation and their pleas for help. You can see it in their eyes as young mothers beg for help for their children and their families. Their fear is real and many more will lose their lives if help does not come. It is feared that over 10,000 people have already lost their lives. Those who have survived are pleading for help as food, water, shelter and medical supplies are far to scarce to meet their immediate needs.
Available “Philippine Outreach” Sessions (A $62 donation per volunteer is requested to cover the cost of ingredients):
- November 13 (Wednesday ): 6:00 to 8:00 PM
- November 15 (Friday): 6:00 to 8:00 AM
- November 15 (Friday): 6:00 to 8:00 PM
- November 17 (Sunday): 2:00 to 4:00 PM
(A minimum of 10 volunteers per table is needed)
CALL TO SCHEDULE ADDITIONAL SESSIONS FOR GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE. For a donation of $620 (10 people) your group will feed 2,700 victims of the typhoon. If you are able to participate however these times do not work – call/email to be put on a list for another session. Thank you!!!!
Please join Kids Against Hunger in the
POWER OF ONE campaign
ONE person feeding ONE child for ONE year!
BE AN ANGEL - GIVE AN ANGEL. This Christmas, honor a loved one with a Kids Against Hunger Angel ornament to feed one child one year! This is a gift that will long remain in their memory. For just $8 a month or a one-time donation of $90, you'll receive this angel ornament to give in lieu of a traditional gift. A gift of significance to bring lasting joy, a new tradition in the spirit of the season.
As a volunteer-driven 501c3 organization, Lincoln Kids Against Hunger has been supported by countless angels over the last 7 years who have provided time and financial support. Without fanfare, without recognition, they have been angels in the lives of millions of children and their families who have been blessed with needed nourishment for survival.
Whether it's in Haiti or here at home, food insecurity is on the rise. Christmas, not even a dream. A child starves to death every few seconds and one out of every ten children in the US doesn't know where their next meal will come from. These children are not statistics, they are innocent children born into poverty who have done nothing wrong. They pray for angels on earth, we pray you'll join the POWER OF ONE campaign, ONE person feeding ONE child for ONE year.
Please, be an angel and give an angel. It's the best $90 you'll spend this Christmas!
Donations can be mailed to: Kids Against Hunger, 2316 Kimarra Plaza, Lincoln, NE. 68521 or can be made via PayPal. Please indicate "Power of One Campaign" with donation.
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.