"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

Margaret Mead
FFCC spent two weeks in Haiti recently. Our first week was the Spring Break team who did work in a number of areas, such as safe water.
FFCC spent two weeks in Haiti recently. Our first week was the Spring Break team who did work in a number of areas, such as safe water.
A food packaging event was done using Haitian-grown foods. The community put meals together for students at two rural schools  in Gressier.
A food packaging event was done using Haitian-grown foods. The community put meals together for students at two rural schools in Gressier.
The Spring Break team also hosted a soccer tournament and cycling event, provided construction support for a middle school, and much more!
The Spring Break team also hosted a soccer tournament and cycling event, provided construction support for a middle school, and much more!
Our medical team arrived for the second week in Haiti to not only treat patients, but also train doctors & nurses.
Our medical team arrived for the second week in Haiti to not only treat patients, but also train doctors & nurses.
1053 patients were treated throughout the week, including baby Cherly.
1053 patients were treated throughout the week, including baby Cherly.
Erik Huber, a licensed family therapist, brought a new aspect to the team. He sits here providing counseling to patients who seemed grateful for the opportunity.
Erik Huber, a licensed family therapist, brought a new aspect to the team. He sits here providing counseling to patients who seemed grateful for the opportunity.
Interested in traveling with us to Haiti? We
Interested in traveling with us to Haiti? We'd love to have you be a part of our team! Contact Tina Socha at tina.socha@ffccsd.org.

Global Relief - Help for Ecuador and Haiti

FFCC is looking to provide relief to two communities. Both Ecuador & Haiti have been struck by tragedy in recent times. FFCC is raising funds to help displaced families in Ecuador with safe water and food relief. For Haiti, they are raising funds to provide hygiene kits, water filters and building materials. If you feel called to provide support in one of these communities, click to read more!

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Snohomish High School's Panther Pride Benefits Hungry Families

March Madness took on a whole new meaning for students of Snohomish High School in Snohomish, Washington. The Snohomish students set up a bracket that would acknowledge and advance each week those classes who collected the most funds or in-kind donations towards their Fight Against Hunger campaign.  Students had the community support of businesses and local churches to help secure the funds. FFCC had a team of seven who made the trip north to support our 97th Food Packaging Event. This team, with the 800 students and faculty from Snohomish High who participated, packaged 75,000 Fight Against Hunger meals.  WAY TO GO, PANTHERS!

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