Introducing Fullwell Leadership

Dave Blundell
Published on:
May 1, 2020

Helping people around the world by helping other charities to grow.

For the past 17 years, Hungry For Life (HFL) has been working toward a world transformed by a global movement of compassion and justice, evidenced by the eradication of needless suffering. Our strategy initially was to establish HFL in as many developed nations as possible to help as many churches and groups as we could get directly engaged around the world. 

As we evaluated how we could expedite our vision, we explored the idea of specifically NOT trying to make Hungry For Life bigger in order to have a bigger impact. Instead, we asked if we could help more people around the world, not by making our charity bigger, but by helping other charities to grow. We believe if we help the leaders of charities grow their capacity to have a bigger impact, we can see lives change faster. 

HFL will continue going about our vision and mission, and Fullwell will come alongside of other charities, helping leaders overcome the obstacles and challenges to growth. Our vision is the same: to see a world transformed. 

Fullwell is also the social enterprise of Hungry For Life; the funds that are raised through helping charity leaders in developed countries help us to provide leadership development for our field partners who often can’t afford access to knowledge that increases their impact. As we help leaders here in Canada, it helps fund the development of leaders all around the globe.

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