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It's so much more than just food.

It's freedom from human trafficking. It is a platform to learning about a man named Jesus. It is a road to better health. It provides an education. It builds community. It creates jobs.  It brings hope to the hopeless.  IT IS LIFE.


SERV Food costs just 8 cents per meal.

Our food is a fortified, highly nutritious blend of dehydrated vegetables that is produced locally in the U.S.A. as well as Kenya, and is being distributed throughout the world in several countries.  SERV Food also supports U.S.A. and East Africa farming communities.  This food is packed with such an amazing blend of nutrients that some people are calling it the “miracle food”.

Because of extreme famine and disease, people are calling SERV Food the ‘miracle food’ because it is actually bringing them back to health.
— Thomas Agutu, SERV Kenya Ambassador
When you see a people in need and then relief arrives, it’s hard to express in words how the heart overflows with gratitude. Praise the Lord and thank you SERV!
— "Mama" Dex Phillips



Since 2006, our SERV 1 FEED 1 program has been providing nutritious dehydrated meals to the people of Turkana in the northwest Kenyan desert facing constant drought and famine. SERV never gives hand-outs and leaves for good.  We continually go back to each and every village we invest in. Our Kenyan staff of 20 continues to follow up and build relationships with all we come in contact with. We love empowering villages in desperate need to get back on their feet and create renewed communities. We use all of our projects and programs as a platform to share the love of Christ.  

But we aren't just in Kenya.  We are now distributing SERV Food throughout Eastern Africa, Cambodia and the Dominican Republic. But we're about to span the globe. 



  • 795 million people are undernourished - that is just over 1 in 9 
  • 60% of the world’s hungry are women
  • 98% of the world’s undernourished live in developing countries
  • Hunger kills more than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined
  • Nearly half of all deaths in children under age 5 are attributable to malnutrition



  • East Africa is facing the worst food crisis since 1945.
  • The countries hardest hit are Somalia, Ethiopia, Northern Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan and Yemen
  • Over 20 million people are at immediate risk in these countries due to severe drought conditions - almost 2 million are children


  • Child malnutrition has skyrocketed from 14% to 30%
  • 60 to 80% of livestock have died due to dehydration and starvation
  • Water sources have almost been completely depleted
  • Thousands of pastoralists are fleeing into Uganda with their livestock to save their lives