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Singer/Actor Rahn Anthoni Lends a Hand to Hosea Feed the Hungry

In Breaking News, Celebrity News, EOTM News, EOTM Radio on April 19, 2011 at 7:33 pm

The singing sensation plans to spend his Easter holiday in Atlanta with his friends over at Hosea Feed the Hungry.

Rahn Anthoni will be one of the many celebrities that will help the organization, Hosea Williams Feed the Hungry, celebrate its 40th Anniversary.

This Easter holiday is very special to Anthoni, whom decided to put all his energy within his community even after losing his son a couple months ago.

“It’s about helping others in need, giving back, encouraging, despite what you may be going through. Holding on”. Rahn Anthoni said in an interview with Carla B of EOTM Radio. Anthoni, just recently re-released his hit single “Hold On”, which is a testament to his strength.

Since its founding in 1971, Hosea Feed The Hungry and Homeless Food (HFTH), a Christian international aid organization, distributed more than $3.0 billion in food, clothing, medical, educational, toiletries, furniture and cleaning supplies to 16 Georgia counties, three states and to the Philippines, the Ivory Coast and Uganda. The organization maintains an average administrative overhead of 14 percent — ensuring the poor receive 86 percent of all donations.

Find out on how you can help the needy by visiting — www.hoseafeedthehungry.com/

Learn more about Rahn Anthoni and his mission today.

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Personal Website http://rahnanthoni.net

Hold On Video www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNax1l5t6gs


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