Whether it’s empty cupboards for a hurting family in the U.S. or drought-stricken communities fighting famine in Africa, hunger is a very real enemy for so many worldwide. Children are especially at risk, as hunger can lead to sickness, malnutrition and even death. In the U.S., Operation Blessing’s Hunger Strike Force delivers truckloads of food and relief every week to pantries and partnering organizations. Worldwide, OBI provides hunger relief by supporting nutritional feeding programs in schools, seed banks for families facing famine and community farms and garden projects that offer sustainable solutions for food insecure regions. Hunger relief is one of the core programs Operation Blessing employs to help families around the world rise up out of poverty.


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What are your long-term, food security solutions?

Operation Blessing supports feeding programs that provide malnourished children with nutrient-rich meals, while garden projects and community farms are teaching locals how to grow and harvest food to feed their families and sell in the market.

How are you addressing hunger in America?

In uncertain economic times, many households are left unsure of where their next meal will come from. OBI’s Hunger Strike Force has a fleet of tractor trailer trucks that transport much-needed food and relief products every week to a network of community-based partners across the U.S., who in turn serve local food pantries nationwide.

How do you obtain donated food in the U.S.?

By working closely with food processing companies, growers and manufacturers, OBI taps into America’s surplus and gathers corporate donations of food staples and relief products, delivering much-needed food and relief supplies to hurting families. Learn more about how corporate gift-in-kind donations make a difference


From community gardens to partnership events, Operation Blessing is providing hunger relief to struggling families by:

  • Food relief to refugees

    Distributing emergency food relief to refugees and victims of natural disaster when they need it most. For instance, after Hurricane Isaac struck St. Bernard Parish, OBI teams served 2,000 hot meals to disaster victims in only two hours.

  • Teaching communities

    Pioneering raised-bed and space-saving gardening techniques in places like Antigua, Guatemala. Teaching communities how to cultivate and harvest in tight spaces has given many the knowledge and skills to create their own home gardens to feed their families.

  • Distributing food to partners

    Employing Operation Blessing’s Hunger Strike Force to distribute food to partners and food pantries across America, traveling over 1 million miles every year and feeding hungry children and their families.

  • Agriculture and cultivation

    Bringing hunger relief to Africa through agriculture and cultivation opportunities. In Rwanda, Operation Blessing and partner organization Gardens for Health educate people on battling malnutrition through healthy gardening, while the women of Kimana, Kenya, are learning to harvest and sell beans through an Operation Blessing initiative.

Hunger Relief Projects

Join Operation Blessing and become part of the fight to end hunger in America and other nations. Find out how you can join these hunger relief efforts and bring hope to the hurting today!

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