Choose your own date for 2023.
Take a virtual youth group retreat, thought-provoking Bible studies, games, inspirational videos, and more — and mash them all up into an unforgettable day-and-a-half of going without food to raise funds for the hungry. It’s fully customizable for groups of all sizes, so you get a ready-made event designed to impact your students. Intrigued?
Thousands of groups like yours are coming together to raise funds for kids who are hungry around the world, many of whom have been made more vulnerable by the lasting effects of COVID-19.
Whether you do the Famine every year, or have never done it, 2023 is the year to join!
We'll equip you with all the resources you need to lead a Famine event, in-person or virtually, that will be fun and engaging.
You'll get high-quality resources - including games, activities, videos, Bible studies, and more - that empower your students to live out their faith.
A virtual event option, just in case your students aren't meeting in person when your Famine rolls around.
An online fundraising platform, where you and your students can create custom pages to send to friends and family.
One in nine people in the world don’t get enough to eat. Many poor farmers can’t grow enough food to feed their own families, much less sell to get income for essentials like education and healthcare. That’s why World Vision partners with communities to address immediate food needs — but also to equip them to grow food for the long term. And this change happens when groups like yours raise money through the 30 Hour Famine!
Your Digital Kit includes all the FREE resources you need to educate and motivate your students to fight hunger. Resources for you and a life-changing 30 hours for your students.
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I felt an immense amount of pride in my own abilities and the abilities of my peers, as we had just achieved what I thought to be impossible — going 30 hours without any food. And to top it off, the entire experience had been an absolute blast. I found myself closer to other youth group members, closer to my already-close friends, and closer to God.
MICHAEL ATLAS | Student, New Jersey
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