Grow Hope aims to bring emergency and long-term food security to the most vulnerable people.
- Alleviate hunger
- Improve nutrition
- Build farmer resilience against climate change
- Increase yields and strengthen income
- Empower women
- Improve family wellbeing
Today, over 860 million people are suffering from severe food insecurity due to conflict, inequality, geography, poverty, and climate change.
In October 2020, the World Bank estimated that between 88 and 115 million MORE vulnerable people would be pushed into extreme poverty due to COVID-19.
But YOU can help!
You can transform the lives of families like the Kashyap family from Bastar District, India:
Ways to get involved:
Sponsor a quarter, a half, one, or multiple acres of Alberta farmland.
Tangibly sow seeds of hope that may be multiplied up to 4 times at the end of the harvesting season. One acre costs $300 to farm.
No matter the size of your gift, your support will GROW to give security and hope to women, children, and men suffering from severe hunger.
We'll keep you updated on the progress of the crops with monthly emails until the campaign ends in the fall.
Sponsor an acre
Spread seeds of hope.
Tell your friends, family, and community about Grow Hope! Word travels fast - with your help, the hope to end hunger can, too.
MCC Alberta partners with a group of Alberta farmers near the Crossfield and Sherwood Park areas to grow 300+ acres each year for Grow Hope.
About Canadian Foodgrains Bank
Canadian Foodgrains Bank is a partnership of 15 Canadian churches and church-based agencies working together to end global hunger by:
- Supporting international programs to meet immediate food needs, reduce malnutrition, and achieve sustainable food security;
- Influencing improvements in national and international policies that contribute to ending global hunger; and
- Increasing and deepening the engagement of Canadians in efforts to end global hunger.