Feed A Child is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization under it’s parent organization, Hands Giving Hope. Our focus is specific to children living in poverty. Children are the one’s who are the most neglected in many communities across the United States. Our heart and focus is to identify opportunities to provide food, proper nutrition, clean water, education, medical and dental care for those in need.
Locally, our model is to develop strong partnerships within the United States. We support:
- The 3000 Club and Market on the Move by providing food to needy families in the Phoenix area.
- The Navajo Nation in multiple communities with food and water projects.
- Teen Challenge, a drug and alcohol rehab organization, by providing household items for their facilities.
- Short Creek Dream Center in Colorado City, a safe house and a refuge for victims who are struggling with a variety of life controlling issues.
- Refugees in the Phoenix area in helping them adjust and thrive in their new American culture by providing them with household items and food.
Internationally, our model is to develop strong partnerships and work cooperatively and intentionally with our partners in each community to identify problems and culturally relevant solutions. Currently, we work very closely with partners in:
China, India, Mexico, Honduras, Kenya, and Guatemala
Our activities have encompassed orphan care, education, short-term food provision, medical/dental services, housing/ water/sanitary provision, and Christian spiritual development. Specifically, we do the following:
- Support orphans and vulnerable children who live with relatives and other families buy providing funding for housing, food and educational assistance.
- Improve and promote health by providing food, shelter, clean water and sanitation facilities.
- Helping children in areas of extreme poverty by building feeding centers to fulfill their nutritional needs and eliminate starvation.
- Developing schools in remote area’s where children have not had an opportunity to be educated.
- Providing medical and dental brigades in regions of extreme poverty where children suffer from diseases and illnesses that a simple antibiotic can cure.
The Independent Charities Seal of Excellence is awarded to the members of Independent Charities of America and Local Independent Charities of America that have, upon rigorous independent review, been able to certify, document, and demonstrate on an annual basis that they meet the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness, and cost effectiveness.