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April 4th, 2024

Weekly Newsletter

Fast2Feed Proclamation

April 3rd was declared Humanity First USA Beat Hunger Day in the city of Manassas Park, Virginia.

Volunteer Hibbi Iqbal received the proclamation from Mayor Jeanette Rishell and the city council in person and presented the Humanity First USA Food Security program to the townspeople of Manassas Park. 

The Manassas team serves food staples every month to families in need. It is thanks to their dedication that the city recognized Humanity First USA. Thank you!

An image of a proclamation signed by Mayor Jeanette Rishell.

The Fast2Feed Donate a Lunch campaign is in its final week! Join us to donate the value of just one lunch to feed someone else, or expand your gift to provide food for more families. Let's beat hunger in America.

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Disaster Relief News

Humanity First USA calls for the increased protection of humanitarian workers in Gaza after the tragic loss of Anera and World Central Kitchen staff members. These and other aid organizations are now pausing core activities for the safety of their teams. A local team under Humanity First is still providing help while we assess the situation for resources and safety.

Reading our statement calling for protection

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Spotlight on the HF International Network

A photo compilation showing three women walking in angle-deep water and a woman in a baseball cap and hijab comforting a young child and a doctor checking a patient's throat with a sign in the background reading Humanity First Indonesia.


Disaster Alert - Demak Floods: When water rose in the streets and villages, the Humanity First Indonesia team immediately assessed the community’s needs and set up a medical response. They opened a health service outpost in Loireng Village and joined other organizations to provide health care in Payaman Village. Over 220 patients were examined and treated as the area recovers.

The Gambia

The Masroor Senior Secondary School opened in Old Yundum, The Gambia in 2005 with 175 students. Today, the school is one of the top schools in The Gambia and educates 1450 students.

Last week, Mr. Yankuba of HF Gambia was in the USA to coordinate a shipment of chairs on behalf of HF International. The students at Masroor School need seats for exams and other programs in their school hall. We wish them academic success!

A man wearing all blue including a humanity first vest and baseball cap loads sturdy stackable chairs into the back of a moving truck.
A long one story building with high ceilings and windows evenly spaced along the side. The building is painted white on the upper half and blue on the lower half.

20th Anniversary Throwback for National Volunteer Month

Humanity First USA has been responding to disasters and investing in human development programs for 20 years. From their own neighborhoods to the corners of the globe, HF volunteers have traveled our journey of hope, healing, and humanity. April is National Volunteer Month, and we thank the volunteers from 2004-2024 for their service!

Do you know HFUSA? Tell us who and where the HF volunteers are in this photo for a chance to score some HFUSA swag 😃. One winner will be drawn from the correct responses, and we’ll reveal the answer in next week’s newsletter.

Submit your answer!

Four men wearing baseball caps and blue Humanity First t-shirts and a woman in a pink shirt and a  a white and red Red Cross vest pose for a picture.
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April 4th, 2024

Weekly Newsletter

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