Come join us at the Starve Poverty Sinatra Live benefit concert presented by The 17-piece Brass Tacks Orchestra. The live singer and big band will feature all your Sinatra favorites. Enjoy light refreshments and dancing. There are no advance ticket purchases. There is a suggested $25 cash donation for Starve Poverty payable at the door. We look forward to seeing you there.
It will be on January 13th at 7pm at Bayside Chapel in Barnegat. This will be a fun and relaxing night! Spread the word and come out and enjoy!
Starve poverty started out of a burden that Ron Fraser had after experiencing the extreme poverty of Mexico. After a couple of trips Ron realized the language barrier was too great for him. Ron had then been invited to Exuma, Bahamas to teach courses in marriage and individual counseling.
He soon realized the economical struggle and the poverty on the island was far greater than just counseling. Ron soon changed his focus to “breaking the chains of poverty”. Ron has built a board around him who supports and helps execute the vision of the organization.
Pray for God to continuously provide opportunities for us to share not only his word, but His principals in loving the people locally and in Exuma.
A short –term mission trip consists of a one-week commitment to leaving our comfort zone, and participating with a team of people to “Make a Difference” in the lives of impoverished people.
Starve Poverty International is proud to announce a new development: we are coming State-side! We are reaching out to municipalities, civic organizations, schools, and churches to help identify underprivileged individuals and families that need home repairs or other practical necessities that are not being met by their current resources. Starve Poverty International is identifying these hardship situations and gathering a group of volunteers to minister to those needs.
We need volunteers to help meet construction needs and necessities. Along with the need for volunteers, we are also asking for donors and sponsors to offset financial burden. Please consider what part you may want to play in “Making A Difference”.
Thank you Donors for all that you do! We could not accomplish anything without your continued support. Below we have created a list of needs that the organization could use your assistance with. There are two ways to donate: 1. You can mail a check for one of the items listed or 2. You can donate the physical item itself. The list will let you know if the item can be used or if it needs to be new! Again we want to thank you for your support, “You Are Making A Difference”!
Any questions please email here @ Current Needs Questions
The vision of Starve Poverty International is to “break the chains of poverty” by deploying people into specific communities to help meet humanitarian, educational, medical, social, and spiritual needs; targeting teams toward specific projects that benefit poverty-stricken individuals or groups in the United States or abroad.
When Starve Poverty receives a designated donation for a specific project we divide that donation between three categories: The project itself, administrative and fundraising. This chart helps explain how each donation will be used. Unrestricted funds are applied to the most current need; which would be one of the three categories listed on the chart.
Founder and CEO
Ron is the primary trip leader, and also sits on the board of The Exuma Foundation, who partners with Starve Poverty.
Director of Operations
Brian’s primary responsibility is to oversee the day to day operation for Starve Poverty International.
Community Coordinator and Administrative Assistant
Jessica's responsibilities are to handle the day to day administration needs for Starve Poverty and to serve as the secretary of the corporation.
Mike Serves Starve Poverty by overseeing its corporate governance, legal compliance and financial matters.
Director of Development
Tom’s key task is getting Starve Poverty the exposure it needs to succeed as an organization.
Ken serves as a board member and handles our public relations. He is also serving on the grant writing committee.
Paul serves on our board and assists with local projects.