Surveying The Land

Jaelyn Taylor Sustainability, Why Hunger?

Modern society has made tremendous advancements in technology, healthcare, and other industries that have improved the economic output and quality of life for most of the world. Much of the world though, faces a different reality considering that more than 60% of the global population still depends on agriculture as their only source of income. Ninety percent of agricultural lands …

Ending Hunger and Empowering Women

Jaelyn Taylor Sustainability, Why Hunger?

As 2019 slides into its last few months, women in the United States anticipate the centennial celebration of women’s suffrage. A hundred years has allowed much to be done for women’s rights and gender equality, especially in developing countries around the world; however, there are still miles to go. The United Nations has acknowledged these gender-based inequalities and in 2015, …

A Sustainable Future is #Goals

Rachel Douglass Sustainability, Why Hunger?

If you’re someone like me, you’re thinking of what you’re going to have for dinner while you’re eating lunch. It’s common to plan vacations around places to eat while exploring a new or beloved city. It’s a tradition to gather around tables during holidays and share food with our loved ones. It’s a part of our culture. We know how …

Rwandan Children Plant 150 Fruit Trees, Sow Seeds of Sustainability for Generations to Come

Danielle Lee Africa, FCE, IDEAS for Us, Impact, Sustainability

Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE) is disrupting hunger and planting the seeds of sustainability through an innovative tree-planting program taking place on the other side of the world in Rwanda. In cooperation with IDEAS for Us, the FCE Forest was established earlier this month on the grounds of Joy Christian School in Kigali. Students learned all about mangoes, tree tomatoes and …

Four Things You Can Do (And Two Things You Should Never Do) To Create a Hunger-free World

Danielle Lee FCE, Sustainability

Hunger. It’s easy to feel powerless in the face of such a huge issue. However, there are many things everyday people can do to create a hunger-free world. Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE) CEO, Dave Green, whose personal journey has included going vegan both for his health and to help create a hunger-free world, offers these suggestions. For starters, here are …
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Feeding Children Everywhere’s Dallas Office Is Wind-Powered! What About Your Home or Business?

Brianna Myers Corporate Social Responsibility, Dallas, Sustainability

It all starts with a windmill. Those huge things spinning that you may see over rolling hills and such. The wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power. Then a generator turns that same mechanical power into electricity … and that is what runs the Dallas office of Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE). The (clockwise-turning) move is …

New CEO of Feeding Children Everywhere Has Audacious Plans to Create a Hunger-Free America

Robert Andrescik FCE, Fed 40, News, Sustainability

Since becoming CEO of Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE) a little over a year ago, Dave Green has helped feed millions of hungry children and families around the globe and here in the U.S. Stepping back, he’s in awe of all the Central Florida-based organization and its partners have accomplished. But ultimately, he says: “It isn’t enough.” Green isn’t ungrateful, but …

Hauling Away Hunger: Former “Shark Tank” Contestants Partner With Feeding Children Everywhere

Allie Bruckner College Hunks Hauling Junk, Corporate Social Responsibility, News, Sustainability

One of the first companies to appear on “Shark Tank” is partnering with Feeding Children Everywhere. College Hunks Hauling Junk has chosen Feeding Children Everywhere as its charity of choice and will donate two meals for every moving service they do. This is expected to produce over 300,000 meals over the course of a year. Moreover, FCE will deploy Hunks …
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Feeding Children Everywhere’s Pledge to Sustainability

Dave Green Sustainability

As part of our mission to end hunger around the world, Feeding Children Everywhere is making a pledge to sustainability. In 2017, we’re taking steps aimed at reducing our carbon footprint and promoting sustainable food production in communities around the world. Our pledge to sustainability is a component of a deeper commitment to aligning with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development …