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Our Mission

Food For His Children focuses on sustainable processes, community development

to empower families and communities to become all they were created to be.

Guided by faith and scripture, we partner with local village
and church leaders to do three things: 








We start each new project site by meeting with local village and church leaders

in rural Tanzania. We focus on the assets of the community and learn about the strengths and goals of the people who live there. What do they envision for their future? What are the immediate needs for their people? How can we best help?

We then invite the community to join us on a journey of transformation.


Once we learn how we can best help a community, we get to work. Oftentimes, the most effective way we can empower is through sustainable goat farming. While the goat provides literal sustenance, with the help of the Gospel, we provide spiritual sustenance. Through both components, recipients undergo

a transformation, gaining confidence, faith and self-esteem. Our Field Officers meet individually with families to explore their dreams and goals and then break them into achievable parts. Then they walk alongside them as they work towards their goals. 


Besides equipping families, we also help prepare leaders and volunteers.

We seek those excited and passionate about our mission and teach them

the skills needed to empower families in need. We seek those who are:

Faithful, Accountable, Teachable, Trainers (FATT).


What begins with one goat farm soon blossoms into a community of sustainable goat farms. We see entire villages empowering each other to live out their gifts

and passions. They’re able to care for themselves and each other in ways

that honor and glorify God. 

Community development changes a culture. But, it takes time.

Although relief is an easy way to send support to rural and impoverished communities during crises, it can lead to a culture of dependency and entitlement. Food For His Children believes it’s important to let goat recipients do what they can for themselves. With the right tools, education and support, lives and communities can be transformed.

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