We envision a world in which communities work together to end hunger and poverty.

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Our Victory Garden Campaign aims to mobilize rural grassroots communities in Malawi and Cambodia to achieve sustainable solutions in the fight against hunger and poverty. Through the creation of high-yield, low cost victory gardens, villagers learn how to grow enough food to eat, earn income, improve nutrition, and lead healthy lives building a sense that change comes from within.

The Campaign improves the quality of life for all residents in a village — the more food people can grow, the stronger and more resilient a village will be. Victory gardens are easy to create, cost nothing for the villager to maintain, and produce food within weeks.

In 2023, you helped us achieve...


# of Communities w/ Victory Gardens


# of Families w/ Victory Gardens


# of People Benefitting from Gardens

Victories From the Garden

Mwayi Ngalande, Holy Family Hospital

"We’re seeing less child malnutrition at our hospital, and I believe that’s because of victory gardens. In a short time, F2F has become the NGO with the biggest impact in this district."

Help us make a difference in more lives.

Meet Saukani


For years, Saukani Chatha and his family of four had debt, no food, and little income. His declining eyesight made matters worse.

How could he work and provide for his family if he lost his vision? 

In May of 2018, Saukani created his very first victory garden, but it was not without obstacles. After finally growing his harvest, animals barged through the fence that was protecting his garden and destroyed his entire harvest.

Saukani did not let that stop him. He reinforced his fencing and rebuilt his victory garden.

After his newly restored garden began to produce food, Saukani was able to sell his surplus vegetables, starting a village savings account with the proceeds, and for the first time in his life, Saukani made an investment. That investment was in young pigs and chickens that later help him make even more income. 

Saukani's victory garden helped him get out of debt, provide for his family and end the fear of hunger that had long plagued his family. He now promotes the idea of victory gardens to those in his community with the hope that he can help other families overcome poverty and hunger.

How Your Donations Help

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$15 USD

$15 USD

Build and maintain ONE garden to help us feed a family of 4.5 people!

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$250 USD

$250 USD

$250 provides 16 gardens feeding 72 people!

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$1,000 USD

$1,000 USD

$1,000 provides 66 gardens benefitting close to 300 people!

Latest News

Mar 25 2024

Malawi Follows Zambia In Declaring Drought Disaster

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Jan 18 2024

Victory Gardens in Cambodia

After his F2F victory garden endured damage from flooding, Mr. Samrith Phally and his dedicated team swiftly implemented ...
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Nov 30 2023

Action on Poverty Asia Partners Conference

  The Face-to-Face Cambodia team was thrilled to participate in the Asia Partners Conference hosted by Action on ...
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Nov 17 2023

What A Night!

The 2023 Face-to-Face Victory Gardens Benefit was a huge success, with over $90,000 raised to support our Victory Garden ...
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Sep 27 2023

Canada Fund for Local Initiatives & F2F Cambodia

Exciting News Alert! We're thrilled to share that thanks to the incredible generosity of the Canada Fund for ...
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Aug 3 2023

Save The Date

Come join us on Thursday, November 9th at One Vanderbilt in NYC for our annual Victory Gardens Gala!
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Jun 27 2023

Word Travels Fast

Our F2F Victory Garden Campaign in Cambodia is gaining interest from outside organizations. Local Cambodian youth group, PSDS, ...
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Apr 20 2023

Emergency Victory Garden Workshops

This past March, Cyclone Freddy wreaked havoc on southern Malawi impacting many of the communities where Face-to-Face works.  ...
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Mar 30 2023

Villagers Surviving The Storm

This is Mary David, 35, pictured here with one of her 3 children. This is what remains of ...
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Mar 22 2023

Cyclone Freddy Flood Updates: Malawi

Sadly, every year we're finding ourselves talking about the same catastrophic events hitting the same region, and this ...
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