Merry Christmas from Children’s Hunger Relief Fund

Dear Friends and Family,
2011 has been an exceptional year for CHRF because we have been able to do so much around the world in Africa, Asia, North & Central America and much much more!

Because of our donors and supporters, our brave international relief team was willing to risk their lives in order to make life saving meal deliveries in isolated and forgotten corners of Ethiopia and Somalia. Thanks to the generosity of our CHRF donors we were able to deliver over 1,000,000 meals in that region alone!

Around the world we have opened new Samaritan Centers (orphanages) in order to provide a safe place where children can learn and grow strong. Just this month CHRF was responsible for opening a brand new Samaritan Center in Afghanistan for 75 children!

CHRF has numerous feeding programs around the world as well as many micro-enterprise loan projects.

CHRF has had the opportunity to build many new clean water wells so that the people of isolated villages will no longer have to walk miles and miles in order to simply find some water that will not get them sick.

We at Children’s Hunger Relief Fund are so blessed to be working with our great project partners all around the world and in over two dozen countries. Our work would no be possible without the generosity and compassion of our donors, because of this and our great feeling of thanks, We Wish You A Merry Christmas!

Please stay tuned in next year as we have just received exciting new developments about our projects in Afghanistan and Haiti!

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3 Responses to Merry Christmas from Children’s Hunger Relief Fund

  1. Brett Tatar says:

    thank you for all your efforts that you have put in this. Very interesting information. “The deeper the sorrow the less tongue it hath.” by The Talmud.

  2. Hello.This post was extremely motivating, especially because I was looking for thoughts on this topic last Thursday.

  3. I really appreciate the work done. The inspiring blog you have. I look forward for some more posts about the condition of children.

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