Who Should Feed the Children?by Laurence M. Vance
Aug. 01, 2012
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Around the world Feed The Children “fed 350,000 school-aged children daily in 10 foreign countries.”
In addition to the humanitarian work that charitable organizations such as Feed the Children perform, there is something else notable about them: They are private organizations funded voluntarily by donations from individuals, corporations, and churches. They don’t receive government money that is first confiscated from the taxpayers.