|Any Time is a Good Time to Impact Hunger.|
World Hunger Fund has a new name:
Global Hunger Relief
|Please send your contributions to:|
Global Hunger Relief
519 16th St. SE
Rochester, MN 55904
Hunger Gnaws at the Soul.
Multitudes in crisis cry out for God’s Love.
100% of your gift meets hunger needs
The World Hunger Fund is an effort of the Southern Baptist Convention.
GHR(Global Hunger Relief) is an initiative of Southern Baptists that was formerly known as the World Hunger Fund. GHR-funded projects combat hunger in North America and around the world in a wide variety of ways, from from disaster relief to addressing chronic hunger, from eliminating urban food deserts to helping women rescued from sex trafficking — and much more.
GHR is one of the most effective channels for donating
toward the global hunger crisis. While most humanitarian organizations
may keep from 30% to 70% for administrative overhead (buildings,
salaries, advertising, etc.), GHR is able to devote resources directly
to meeting hunger needs because of the unique partnership it represents:
– Cooperation. Southern Baptist hunger efforts have a much lower overhead because Southern Baptist churches cover most administrative costs through their Cooperative Program giving and special offerings.
– Collaboration. GHR partners work together to promote the cause of hunger awareness, eliminating the need for massive marketing budgets. More importantly, GHR depends on a grass-roots network of Southern Baptist church members to mobilize support and involvement.
The goal of GHR hunger projects is communities and lives transformed … for today, tomorrow, and forever. GHR funds are used in Gospel-centered hunger projects that share God’s love in both word and deed. GHR partners work to help people discover the new lives God offers them, learning how to provide for themselves and share new life with others.
Missions-focused GHR projects are integrated into the strategies prioritized by the NAMB(North American Mission Board) and IMB(International Mission Board). All GHR projects have an intentional spiritual strategy, work with Southern Baptist personnel, solicit local input and expertise, and have accountability measures built in.