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2014 Hunger Banquet

Experience a taste of South American culture while learning how to fight poverty

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ECH is changing the label of “children-at-risk” to “children-of-promise” with a new life free of starvation, disease, and fear, to one of hope for a positive future and the alleviation of poverty.


2014 Hunger Banquet

  • Native Dancing
  • South American food\
  • Informational presentation on generational poverty
  • Opportunities to volunteer abroad
  • And more!

* When: Thursday, October 23  6:00-8:00 pm

* Where: Wheeler Farms – 6351 South 900 East – Salt Lake County

* Sponsored by: Eagle Condor Board Members

* Cost: $20 (Includes dinner, program and drawing)


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Spend a few moments with our fantastic volunteers.  Experience the trials and joy of service through their eyes.



Child Spotlight- Mariela

Child Spotlight- Mariela

This is Mariela Chavez!She is 7 years old and loves the color purple. Her favorite activities are writing, drawing, and reading books. Her favorite book is Little Red Riding... read more


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We decided to change things up a little bit and instead of just homework time we changed out the books and put chapter books out with some picture books so all the children could read more on their level. Some of the kids loved the chapter books so much they didn’t even want to eat because they were too busy reading! This week we also did a Fama Lesson on Listening Skills, we talked about why it is important to listen and what good listening means. We played Simon Say’s in Spanish – or at least I think we did! It was great fun.