New Feed the Hungry in America Initiative in Dayton, Ohio
Feed the Hungry in America was launched in 2012 with the mission to reduce hunger and wastage of food to make America hunger free. This was successfully accomplished in their first year, and through new initiatives, they continue to grow in their operations. The latest Feed the Hungry in America program initiative includes plans to open a food pantry in Dayton, Ohio in collaboration with the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. They will be located at 637 Randolph Street in Dayton, Ohio.
This is one of many Feed the Hungry in America pantries underway across the country. Since the launch of the program in 2012, the following initiatives have established across America:
These newly launched projects generally serve the local community for several hours once a month. Additionally, Humanity First volunteers across America have held local food drives to support these efforts.
For more information on how to contact your local Feed the Hungry in America pantry, hours/dates of operation, or information on how to join the fight against hunger and wastage, please contact email@example.com.
To make a financial contribution to the Feed the Hungry in America program or launch your own fundraising campaign online, please visit the official Feed the Hungry in America FirstGiving page: http://www.firstgiving.com/humanityfirst/feedthehungry
Humanity First is registered in 43 countries across 6 continents, and has been working on human development projects and responding to disasters since 1994. These have included the earthquakes in Turkey, Pakistan, Japan and Iran, floods in Africa and Latin America, hurricanes (Katrina and Rita) , tornado's (Kansas) and wild fires (California) in the USA, Indonesia and Bangladesh, and conflicts in Eastern Europe.
Since its inception and IRS registration in 2004, Humanity First has been focused on spending most of the raised funds on direct program related expenses. As a result, more than 90% of its funds are in that expense category. This is achieved through dedicated volunteers in its management, and program operation teams.