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About From Hunger to Hope

From Hunger to Hope is an organization made up of volunteers who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of vulnerable children. There is no From Hunger to Hope without our partnership with Feed My Starving Children (FMSC). Since 2011, we have worked with FMSC to host a mobilepack event where thousands of volunteers come together to pack life-saving meals to feed starving children worldwide

Founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children is devoted to serving God's children who are hungry in body and spirit. For 37 years, FMSC's efforts have made a difference in famished children's lives worldwide. FMSC consistently receives high praise from charity watchdog organizations for its accountability and transparency, with more than 90 percent of total donations dedicated directly toward feeding kids in need.  Their process is simple. Donations given by people just like you fund the meal ingredients. Volunteers hand-pack the meals. Meals are donated to FMSC food partners around the world, where kids are fed and lives are saved! 

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There are several ways that you can get involved with From Hunger to Hope, including raising awareness of our MobilePack event, volunteering to pack meals, and donating funds to bring food to the children who need it most. 

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This year, our goal is to pack more than 600,000 meals, but we can't get there without  your help! Please consider getting your business, church, community organizations, and family involved in our event.  Together, we can make a difference in the lives of starving children around the world.

The sad fact is that there are hungry children in our own neighborhoods. That is why From Hunger to Hope partners with the North Gwinnett Co-Op for each of our mobilepack events where we collect food items to be distributed to those who are most in need.

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Hope Starts with Food

To learn more about our MobilePack event, FMSC, and the impact that the MannaPack meals have on their recipients, check out the videos below.


Food at Work: Emma's Story

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