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Special Needs Orphanage in Haiti

There’s an orphanage in Haiti that our community is getting behind this month. A longtime friend of Hungry For A Day, Don Shire (we partnered with Don in 2014 to help his orphanage in India) is a friend to those all over the world who some consider unlovable. He ministers in jungles, prisons and orphanages all over our globe. What […]

Rest

“There is virtue in work and there is virtue in rest. Use both and overlook neither.” ― Alan Cohen Hungry For A Day launched it’s first monthly project in June of 2012. (We did have a trial project in December 2011 among our friends and family, but June 2012 was the first public project.) Because of your generosity, we’ve supported dozens […]

June Initiative – Feeding Blind Beggars in India

Hello faithful friends, We are very excited and pleased to announce this upcoming month’s project and want to encourage you to rally around this effort with us! In the next 3-4 weeks, we are helping to raise support for Don Shire Ministries. Don and his team minister internationally to multiple areas of India and Haiti, helping to meet the needs […]

Winter Project – Bring Hope to Detroit!

We are so excited to announce our next project! Here at Hungry For A Day, we are going to expand our outreach and influence and do something a little different than our last projects. We’re going to do two “Go Hungry” days to maximize our support for an incredible, ongoing need. Now for the project details… We’re partnering this month with Elevate Detroit! […]

June 2012 Project – Feeding refugee families

We are excited to announce our June partnership with Project Live Love! We will be feeding refugee families in Clarkston, Georgia – a suburb of Atlanta. What is a refugee? A refugee is someone that is fearful of persecution in their own country because of their race, religion, or political opinion, and in many cases has been driven away from their native […]