In America, 100,000 children are forced into sexual slavery every year. See.

Over 1.4 billion people in the developing world live below the poverty line (U.S.$1.25 per day). See.

There were 75 children in a Haitian orphanage who were at risk of being trafficked. The signatures of thousands changed everything. See.

Amit Gupta needs a bone marrow transplant. See.

Relief and development projects in Africa can be funded for the cost of two mocha’s per month. See.

There are thousands of needs I could have listed here. I’m offering a few, but this list is feeble, really. I can’t tell you what to see. The children may sit small at your table, the co-workers may bristle at your talk of God, the mailman may come and go without a word, your teenage daughter may roll her eyes when you start asking questions. You may be haunted with images of hungry children across the world or across town, or you may be burdened with the hungry souls in your middle-class church. Still, there is hunger. Do you see it?

Anyone can look, and often everyone does. But only the world changers see.