Giving children a living chance

Giving children a living chance

Combined Federal Campaign

CFF/WER provides food, emergency relief, medical care and educational support to orphans, displaced children and families in 21 countries, including disaster victims and Native Americans in the US. When you choose CFF/WER you're "giving children a living chance".

Poverty is an emergency that threatens millions of children around the world. Through our program, Children's Food Fund we bring aid and hope to thousands of children and their families every day.

CFF/WER delivers food to hungry children, provides medical care for sick, supplies relief goods to disaster victims and gives a "hand up" to millions living in poverty.

A pledge of support to CFF/WER is the first step to changing a child's future.
Food – We have developed an ongoing outreach program into many of the World’s most impoverished communities. In the areas where we work, we try to be efficient and effective in meeting the various needs of many displaced children.
Education – Our program is more than literacy awareness; it is one that impacts both the individual and the community. Each of us knows the value of an education.  We know that it improves self esteem, it opens doors to better jobs, it allows us to make informed decisions, and, most importantly, it improves the overall quality of our lives.
Health – We build medical clinics to satisfy the needs of the remote areas we visit. We have established many footholds in these remote areas and found a great need to provide medical attention and services. This is why we build clinics and ensure support personnel are available to treat the needs of those who require immediate care.
Disaster – Where natural and manmade disasters cause a disruption to the flow of food, we are there. We work in flooded areas, with communities consumed by raging wildfires and deep in the hollers of Appalachia to bring food and other disaster relief supplies to those affected.
Water – We bring clean water solutions using filters made of clay to remote jungles. The solutions we bring and leave in remote areas are simple, easy to use, and do not require an advanced degree to keep them operational.