Fleeing violence in Darfur
Osman tells how he was forced from his home in Darfur, Sudan, and how he came to the U.S. as a refugee.

Guarani indigenous youth seeing a different future
Elio Gimenez and Ale Velasquez, youth from the north of Argentina, are beginning to dream – and it's changing everything.

CWS joins faith leaders in call to put families first
A letter signed by more than 1,000 clergy was hand delivered to U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Johnson in early June.

It only takes a spark
After relocating to Bristol, Maine, veteran CROP Hunger Walkers in New England started a Walk in their new community.

CWS helps Alabama tornado survivors recover
Resources are welcomed by survivors whose homes were damaged in the recent wave of tornados and severe storms.

JULY 2014

Photo: Paul Jeffrey
Get an early start
More than 1,000 CROP Hunger Walks will take place in communities across the U.S. this fall. Find one in your area!

Assemble kits
We need to replenish our supply of CWS School Kits. You can help.

Across the finish line
CWS Executive VP Maurice Bloem completed his third 100-mile walk last month in Chicago. Watch clips from his journey.

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