Since our launch in 2014, the team at Hunger Aid has worked tirelessly to promote our cause. We are fortunate to have volunteers and staff from all walks of life who bring their unique expertise and resources into everything we do. This is what enables us to achieve our goals year after year.
While there is always more that can be done, there is no doubt that we are making a significant impact. We don’t measure our success through just facts and figures but through happy faces and heartwarming feedback. See how you can become part of the difference.
The C.O.R.E. values we hold: Compassion: Compassion is at the heart of Hunger Aid's mission. We approach our work with deep empathy and a genuine desire to alleviate the suffering caused by hunger and poverty. We believe that every individual deserves compassion and dignity, and we strive to make a positive impact on their lives. Opportunity: We are committed to providing opportunities for those in need. Hunger Aid believes that by creating opportunities for education, skill development, and economic empowerment, we can break the cycle of poverty and hunger, giving individuals the chance to build a better future for themselves and their communities. Resilience: Resilience is a core value that drives us to persevere in the face of challenges. We understand that the fight against hunger and poverty can be daunting, but we remain steadfast in our commitment to finding innovative solutions and adapting to changing circumstances. We believe in the resilience of individuals and communities, and we work alongside them to overcome adversity. Empowerment: Empowerment is at the core of our approach. We empower individuals by providing them with the tools, knowledge, and resources they need to take control of their lives and improve their circumstances. We believe that true change comes from within, and we aim to empower individuals and communities to become self-sufficient and self-reliant. These C.O.R.E. values guide Hunger Aid in its mission to transform the world by ending hunger, nurturing lives, and creating a future filled with compassion, resilience, and boundless possibilities.
Accuracy and honesty are fundamental principles for any reputable nonprofit organization, and Hunger Aid is no exception. Here's how we ensure accuracy and honesty in our operations: 1. Transparency: We are committed to transparency in all aspects of our work. This includes disclosing our financial information, donor contributions, and how funds are allocated. Our financial statements and annual reports will be readily available to the public, ensuring that our supporters can trust us. 2. Accountability: Hunger Aid maintains strict financial accountability. We use reputable accounting practices and engage independent auditors to review our financial records. Any discrepancies or issues are addressed promptly and transparently. 3. Measurable Impact: We measure the impact of our programs rigorously. This includes collecting data on the number of people served, the effectiveness of our interventions, and the long-term outcomes for the communities we support. We regularly report on our progress and share both successes and challenges. 4. Ethical Fundraising: We adhere to ethical fundraising practices. We are honest with our donors about how their contributions will be used, and we do not engage in deceptive or manipulative fundraising tactics. Donors can trust that their donations will go toward our mission of ending hunger and empowering communities. 5. Clear Communication: We communicate clearly and honestly about our goals, strategies, and the challenges we face. We provide accurate information about the communities we work with and the issues they are dealing with, while also highlighting the progress we are making together. 6. Continuous Improvement: Hunger-Aid is committed to continuous improvement. We regularly assess our programs, seeking feedback from the communities we serve and making adjustments as needed to ensure our efforts are as effective as possible. 7. Compliance with Regulations: We operate in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations governing nonprofit organizations. This includes tax regulations, reporting requirements, and compliance with ethical standards. 8. Stakeholder Engagement: We actively engage with our stakeholders, including donors, volunteers, and the communities we serve. We listen to their feedback, concerns, and suggestions, which helps us improve our operations and maintain our commitment to accuracy and honesty. By upholding these principles of transparency, accountability, and ethical conduct, Hunger-Aid ensures that it operates with the utmost accuracy and honesty, building trust among its supporters and making a real impact in the fight against hunger and poverty.
Get to Know the People behind Hunger Aid
Hunger Aid Event Executive Producer
N.W. Regional Director
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Director of Entertainment
Dawn Des Moines
Midwest Regional Director
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Jason Des Moines
C.E.O. and Vice President and Operations Manager (Texas)
Gregory Nalbandian "Baby G"
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Johnny Ficarelli "Southside"
Hunger Aid Event Promoter & Coordinator
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DeeJeania “DJ” Jackson
S.E. Regional Director
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