We help you stop hunger and malnutrition that claims lives and cripples communities around the globe.
When you partner with Unto™
- You make it possible to deliver meals or garden supplies to people living in areas experiencing food shortage.
- You help our in-country partners meet needs specific to the people we serve.
- You help ensure people have the opportunity to hear about the eternal hope of Jesus.
You can Meet Needs Around the World
Around the globe, hunger and malnutrition claim lives and cripple communities. Unto works with local partners to deliver meals and supplies to communities that need food most.
As the humanitarian ministry of Cru®, Unto has leveraged strategic global partnerships to relieve suffering through our Food and Agriculture Program:
- For more than 25 years
- In more than 75 countries
- With access to Cru’s 190-country network
Partnerships with people like you make it possible for Unto to provide humanitarian assistance and coaching to our Cru national partners, giving them access to people who might otherwise be unreachable.
In many cases humanitarian aid is the main reason authorities allow ministry to continue in some of the toughest places on earth.
Meals and Seeds
Where food shortages persist, Unto helps stop hunger by giving families lifesaving meals. For a sustainable food and income source, we provide vegetable seeds that can be harvested for subsequent crops.
We work with communities to develop gardens and train people to use bucket drip-irrigation kits for a more conducive environment to producing long-term food solutions.
Lives are Changed
Whoever oppresses the poor shows contempt for their Maker,
but whoever is kind to the needy honors God.
Food and Agriculture Stories
How do we fix the hunger problem? It takes each of us working together and doing our part. At Unto we help you address the issue through the two-part approach of our Food and Agriculture Program.READ MORE
When you walk into the tiny school room where Anotida learns, 63 little faces peer up from their desks. Just two years ago they were faces that reflected malnutrition and neglect. Now they are healthy and eager to learn.READ MORE
When you consider world hunger, and the 800 million people who struggle to find enough food, it feels like we can do so little. Yet Jesus reminds us that small things matter.READ MORE
In the Mutare district of Zimbabwe, farming families struggled to survive due to the lack of reliable irrigation. They were only able to grow crops a few months out of the year. The situation began to change when they received help planting a community garden at the local school.READ MORE