Due to conflict, climate change, and the effects of COVID-19, the number of people suffering from acute food insecurity has grown to over 193 million people globally. Millions more are living day-to-day with precarious access to food. Help World Renew change this story for good by partnering with hungry families around the world to plant, grow, and harvest food.
When you give to end world hunger, you ensure food not only provides families with nourishment, but with the freedom to educate their children, start new businesses, and save for the future.
Give today and discover how food spreads the story of good around the world.
Give to a Family.
Globally, 1 in 4 children under the age of five have stunted growth due to lack of food. We know that every child and every family should have access to enough food to thrive. A gift of $200 gives a farmer the tools, training, and supplies needed to feed their family for an entire year.
Fundraise for a Community.
Set a goal with World Renew to raise funds and help address the food needs of an entire community. Creating a fundraising page is easy and lets you share your passion for ending hunger with the people you care about.
Give as a Church.
World Renew has resources for your church to raise awareness and funds in the fight against world hunger. With worship planning materials, devotionals, kids activities, and more, your faith community has everything you need to help change the story of hunger in over 30 countries
Food is Changing Jocelyn’s Story for Good.
Jocelyn is 8 years old and lives in a small, rural community in Nicaragua located in Central America’s “Dry Corridor.” For the last five years, erratic weather patterns like long droughts and excessive rains have devastated crops, leaving farmers and their families prone to hunger and malnutrition. Children like Jocelyn are especially vulnerable.
Together with World Renew, Jocelyn’s community is working hard to change the story of hunger. With new farming methods that allow them to grow more drought-resistant crops, farmers are able to harvest beans, vegetables, and sorghum. Now Jocelyn’s family has the means to grow more nutritious food that will help fuel her future.