Brother, can you spare a dime?
America’s plight during the Great Depression is a daily reality in the countries we help.
The Dust Bowl arises frequently in developing nations, where farmers struggle to coax life out of arid soil. Food lines seen during the Great Depression occur daily in poverty-stricken countries. Destitute mothers worry about their children’s future, just as jobless parents did in the 1930s.
America’s plight during the Great Depression is a daily reality in the countries Food For The Poor helps. In Haiti children are forced to eat dirt cookies to keep their bellies full. (Watch Video)
The poor of the Caribbean and Latin America must survive without food, clean water, adequate housing, sanitation, jobs… or even hope. There is no New Deal for them.
But you can help change that.
“…I rescued the poor who cried out for help…“
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