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Summer 2020

This summer, we’re helping our friends at The Collective Effect. They are an organization working in Uganda to provide food, medical care and education to families facing extreme poverty. They run a transitional home for children living in homelessness. It is a safe-haven and home to 20 children between the ages of 6-18 who once were living on the streets of Kampala, Uganda along with 2 caregivers. […]

Generosity in Action (A Conversation Around Generosity – feat. Tricia and Tyler Peck) Vol. 4

This is our fourth and final video in the series “A Conversation Around Generosity”. Friends of Hungry For A Day, Tricia and Tyler, talk about life during the coronavirus. Tyler is a pulmonary doctor and leads a couple covid-19 ICU facilities in Boston. Tricia tells us how she rallied her colleagues to support a local nonprofit.   If you missed […]

Generosity in Action (A Conversation around Generosity – feat. Blake Clark) Vol. 3

There’s a lot going on in our world these days. Sometimes we aren’t sure what to do, where to give, how to help. We’ve had some conversations with people who are friends of Hungry For A Day to discuss how they are responding. Up next is a conversation with our friend Blake Clark. Blake led a movement to feed thousands […]

Generosity in Action (A Conversation around Generosity – feat. Tim Payne) Vol. 2

There’s a lot going on in our world these days. Sometimes we aren’t sure what to do, where to give, how to help. We’ve had some conversations with people who are friends of Hungry For A Day to discuss how they are responding. Our second conversation is with our friend, Tim Payne. You can read more about Tim at https://www.momentumchurch.org/pastor (click to watch) If […]

Generosity in Action (A Conversation Around Generosity – feat. Larry Luk) Vol. 1

There’s a lot going on in our world these days. Sometimes we aren’t sure what to do, where to give, how to help. We’ve had some conversations with people who are friends of Hungry For A Day to discuss how they are responding. First up is our friend Larry Luk. You can read more about Larry at http://www.larrylukdesign.com (click to watch)

Corona / Covid-19 Project Updates

Update on our last project : Our last project provided meals to the doctors/nurses/staff for two ICU wards at Grady Hospital who are on the front lines of fighting the Corona/Covid-19 pandemic, as well as helping bring business to a restaurant staff during these turbulent times. A huge thank you to everyone who gave! Before that, we helped our friends at Comprehensive Community […]

We’re not all hunkered down…

While the corona virus has most of us hunkered down at home, avoiding everyone, there’s a group that’s out there doing good.  It’s our friends at CCS (Comprehensive Community Services). They’re a nonprofit working in one of the roughest and lowest income zip codes of Atlanta. They’re working with the homeless, women in the sex industry and those in the margins – […]

Meals, Moments, and MARTA

Meals, Moments, MARTA It’s time for our first project of 2020! First up is our partnership with CCS (Comprehensive Community Services). We’ve worked with them in the past (they used to be known as Serenity’s Steps) and we are so excited about helping again. They’re a nonprofit working in one of the roughest and lowest income zip codes of Atlanta. We […]

A note about 2020

I always take time during the  holiday season to reflect on the past year and think about the upcoming year. As I reflect on 2019, I am so grateful for a group of people that desire to live generously. What’s next for 2020? Encouraging more people towards a life of generosity, partnering with more organizations that are making an impact […]

Where is your Thanksgiving dinner coming from?

2019 is Year 8 of our Thanksgiving outreach. It all started when our friend, Tim Payne, from the Pensacola area, asked us to help him put a plan together to provide 25 families with a Thanksgiving meal. That first year, we blew the goal away and helped 55 families. (meals being assembled in Pensacola, Florida) Over the past 7 years, the […]