Gospel for Asia Helps Release Thousands from Coronavirus Plague’s ‘Jaws of Hunger’

Texas-based humanitarian agency Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) is releasing hundreds of thousands of families from the jaws of hunger amid crippling COVID-19 hardships at home and overseas. Food relief efforts are under way in Texas and across Asia.

Hunger relief efforts led by two Texas-based organizations are helping thousands of families in Texas struggling with COVID-19 hardships.

Humanitarian agency Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) — a faith-based organization headquartered in Wills Point, 50 miles east of Dallas – has rushed to help starving people on the other side of the world as the pandemic spreads.

But after the coronavirus hit hard in its own backyard, GFA World jumped into action to help its Texas neighbors, too.

The organization — partnering with Texas-based ministry Body of Life — is helping to feed hundreds of Texas families every month by distributing “Farmers to Families” fresh produce boxes.

Every month, more than a thousand Farmers to Families boxes — supplied by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) — are being handed out to Texans in need at GFA World’s Wills Point campus.

The organization’s Texas hunger response has caught the attention of local leaders.

Mayrani Velazquez, a member of Terrell City Council, described the COVID-19 food relief as a “blessing,” adding: “We’re all grateful for GFA World’s willingness to host these events.”

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SOURCE: Assist News Service