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Food for the Hungry Art Gallery


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Experience the faces of heartbreak and victory the weeping and laughter at Food for the Hungry's art exhibit. Often snapped amidst harsh and dangerous conditions in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe and the Middle East, more than 400 photographs line the walls of the United States campus in Downtown Phoenix.

Stop in and see a real relief and development organization, along with a retired African Land Rover and a memorial to fallen relief workers and children in the Third World. These photographs taken by accomplished photo artist Rodney Rascona, reveal courage, respect, and a commitment to truth.


Address: 1224 E. Washington St.
Phone: 480-998-3100
Our Email: tamara.dutch@fh.org
Our Website:www.fh.org

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