This movement exists to demonstrate Gods love through connecting inaccessible resources to people groups in need.
Our Desire is to gather like-minded individual and organizations to bring awareness of the needs that exist within our communities and our world. Also to connect the resources to eliminate those needs and establish a sence of belonging.
Simply, we exist for the forgotten people who live among us who feel invisible.
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September 10, 2010 at 2:36 am
Glad to hear about all this guys!
November 29, 2010 at 8:00 pm
I was tweeted by you guys about partnering with you. Our missions are very similar. We are connected with the Children’s Hunger Fund and they distribute vitamins to malnourished children for us. Or, people can donate $15.00 per bottle-a 2 month supply- and we ship them out to you. It would be a great item for your team to deliver when you are sharing the gospel.
This is why we believe vitamins are so important for malnourished children:
* The leading cause of death in children in developing countries is protein-energy malnutrition. This type of malnutrition results from inadequate intake of calories from proteins, vitamins, and minerals.
* Fighting Malnutrition in children with vitamins and minerals improves their lives at a lower cost and shorter time than other forms of aid. The Copenhagen Consensus ranked vitamin supplements as the #1 cost effective way to fight malnutrition.
* The U.S. Department of Health reports that malnourished children need more than just calories to be properly nourished. Vitamins such as D, E, Zinc and Fish Oil absorb nutrients from food into their bodies. Without these vitamins, the body cannot maintain nutrition.
Vitamins are so important for the health and growth of these children. Not only do they need food, but they need nutrients to digest and absorb the food given to them.
Thanks for all you do! I love your website. Blessings to Hike With Hope
January 23, 2011 at 11:41 pm