Meal packaging

We’re Better Together: Meal Packaging Changes Lives Here and in Africa

For years, Jeff Davis has been serving troubled neighborhoods in Fullerton, California. This area, just outside of Los Angeles, has long dealt with gang violence and drug trafficking, among other problems. But this spring, Jeff’s church, The Well, along with several other local churches, took part in a citywide day of service to get their community involved in something positive. The service day, called Love Fullerton, included about 60 different projects for helping others. 

The Faithful 4H: Kids Package Meals for Sixth Year in a Row

Rabbits might be their common ground, but nothing gets the kids from this 4H club more excited than packaging meals for children in need. 

Community Coordinators Help Move COTN Forward

Children of the Nations (COTN) is looking for a person to fill the position of Community Coordinator for the Seattle, Washington, area. This role supports COTN’s ministry by developing relationships with churches who wish to take part in local activities that help bring better care to children in need. Amber Kaiser has served as COTN’s Community Coordinator in San Diego for three years. Below, she shares a little bit about what she does on a daily basis.

Microsoft Employees Come Together to Feed Children

Dean Michelsen is a veteran when it comes to packaging meals for children in need. The Microsoft service engineer experienced his first meal packaging event when his church, Northwest Foursquare Church in Federal Way, Washington, partnered with Children of the Nations (COTN) to help feed thousands of children in Africa and the Caribbean. “Helping the poor is part of the way of life for a Christian,” Dean says. And packaging meals “is a very direct way to get items to the people who really need it.”

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