Foods Resource Bank
Immanuel members donate cash to buy supplies to plan corn or soy beans on 10 acres of land donated by a member who is a farmer. In the fall, after a harvest festival of Hobo stew, the crop is sold to fund agricultural development programs around the world. We fund education, community development, agricultural revitalization and provide other services to native peoles faced with a changing ecology and unchanging poverty. In the past, supported projects have been supported in the Gran Chaco area of Bolivia and Paraguay in South America.