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One of the biggest worldwide networks of fast disaster aid comes out of the small town of South Bend, Indiana.  Their town may be rather small, but the ocean-going cargo ship they own is big and their dedication to a fast reaction time, even bigger. When you read and Their Ship of Hope, you see that Feed The Hungry had food, clean water, and First Responders on the sea to Haiti within just 3 hours of the 2010 earthquake first shock.  

Feed the Hungry is so dedicated to helping the poor and starving, because their founder, Lester Sumrall, learned about poverty and hunger as a 17-year-old making his own way in The Great Depression in 1930.

Feed the Hungry does not seek publicity, but is first on the spot with aid. They waited at the New Orleans city entrance in trucks within 24 hours of landfall when Hurricane Katrina hit. They always help Americans in addition to helping other nations. In the second generation of management, they plan to do even more in 2010.


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