So… What’s Your Story?

What kind of awesome things have you been doing for fundraising and advocacy events?
We want to know!

This is your area to share your stories, ideas, blogs, videos and more. Keep our team and the whole youth community updated and encouraged by the greatness you’ve been doing.

Building a Future: Where do we go from here?

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been travelling with Nelly, a 10-year old girl from Dzinkunze, Kenya. Nelly’s family – as well as her community – gets most of their nutrition and income from farming corn and cassava, particularly through a technique called zai pits, which enhance plant nutrients. World Vision has been working in Read full post

Investing in Tomorrow: Florence and the Machine

In Kenya, economic empowerment can have many faces. For some, it looks like corn stalks growing tall around their house. That’s how it is for Nelly, the 10-year-old girl we’ve been following with 30 Hour Famine, and her family. By growing healthier and more productive plants, they are able to begin to live #hungerfree. Today’s Read full post

Facing the Unexpected: What Happens when your plans get shattered?

Johnny was the star pitcher on his high school baseball team. He was on-track to go to college on a scholarship and had plans to get drafted after sophomore year. But during his last year, a shoulder injury forced him to quit playing. All the plans he had made were suddenly ruined. You’ve probably heard Read full post

Investing in Tomorrow: A Stroke of Cluck Can Change a Life

Kenya is getting younger and younger. Over half the population is under the age of 25, and many of them are unable to get sustainable employment. That means more stress and less food. But many young people don’t see agriculture as the best way to a hungerfree life. The average farmer is 60 years old. Read full post

Becoming Hungerfree

If you were to stand at the edge of Nelly’s family’s fields, you would see earth that looked a lot like a checkerboard. Every few feet there is a rectangle where the ground is a little lower. The checkerboard is actually zai pits, a farming technique that involves mixing the dirt with fertilizer and leaving Read full post

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