Feeding Hungry Children International

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How FHCI is helping needy children


Feeding Hungry Children International made a grant to Mercy Ships for its free medical and surgical services to families who cannot afford them. “Africa Mercy” was docked at Toamasina, Madagascar. With 6 operating theatres and 78 patient beds, it is the world’s largest charity hospital ship with a crew of over 400 volunteers from 40 countries. During the 10-month visit, 1,696 life-changing surgeries and 32,458 dental procedures were performed. A large percentage of cases involve children.

surgeon and child


FHCI made a grant to Bridges for Peace in Jerusalem, Israel, designated for its food banks and emergency child-feeding programs. A grant was also made to Moaz, a Christian charity in Tel Aviv, in support of its ministries to at-risk children and youth. A grant was also made to Jews for Jesus in Jerusalem, to help provide for its child-feeding programs in key cities throughout the country.


FHCI shipped a 40-ft sea container filled with medical supplies to Centro Cristiano Poder de Dias in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico to benefit families living in extreme need. Included were 15 pallets of non-prescription medication and assorted medical supplies.

girl eating lunch


FHCI made a grant to a Christian leader in Amman, whose identity must be protected due to threats against him and his family. He travels extensively throughout the Middle East holding meetings and providing financial and spiritual support to Christian Arabs who are being persecuted for their faith. Last year he helped over 2,000 individuals in Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria.


Feeding Hungry Children International made a grant to Agape Hands, an outreach to war refugees in Iraq led by an independent missionary. He provided food, clothing, and other necessities for more than 2,000 individuals displaced by ISIS in the Kurdish region surrounding Erbil. A special counseling program served women and children who had been raped, tortured, or mutilated by the terrorists.



Feeding Hungry Children International sent a grant to The Hunger Solution, a program of the World Bible Society in Kenya, to help provide meals for over 5,000 children who live on the streets of Nairobi.

street kids in Nairobi

Photo: WRR 2014 Creative Commons (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)


FHCI shipped a 40-foot sea container filled with 19 pallets of assorted medical supplies to American Nicaraguan Foundation, Managua, to benefit families living in extreme need.


FHCI partnered with the Mike Hylton Home in Petchabun, Thailand, to care for women and children with HIV/AIDS. This is a safe haven for up to 20 residents at a time, and provides shelter, food and clothing.