Hunger Needs A Voice
Hunger Needs a Voice® (HNAV®) is the humanitarian outreach of Oral Roberts Ministries, directed by Jordan Roberts, dedicated to feeding the starving children of the world through the delivery of nutritious meals.
We are committed to raising not only money, but also awareness. We want everyone to be aware of the conditions that people endure in third world countries. We also want everyone to realize how little it takes for us to change the life of someone else…to give unselfishly to someone we’ve never met…to change our world for the better.
Through HNAV, Oral Roberts Ministries works in concert with a variety of grassroots individuals and entities—including local ministers, medical personnel, in-country and traveling missionaries, and other aid organizations—to obtain food and other supplies as opportunities arise. Through donations and fundraising, HNAV then handles the logistics of shipping and distributing the food and other items to areas in need of support.
If you’d like to plant a seed toward HNAV and our other outreaches, go to our Donate page.
Niger Aid Project
Niger’s Children: HNAV Investing in the Future!
Niger will always have a special place in my heart! I saw so many hungry children there during my father’s 2007 crusade that my vision for Hunger Needs a Voice® was ignited.
Nearly one-half of Niger’s population is under the age of 15, and fewer than half of these young people receive an elementary education. Unless we reach out, these children will lack the life skills that can help them survive in today’s world. That’s why the Oral Roberts Ministries has partnered with local missionaries Neal and Danette Childs to help build a Christian school in Niger. The school’s first teacher is already training a preschool class in a rented facility while construction of the permanent school building is underway.
Please help us teach, feed, and share Jesus Christ with the children of Niger, and reach out to others around the world who need our help.
Thank you for your prayers and your seeds of faith into this outreach! —Jordan Roberts