plan your Famineso you're about to spend 30 hours with a bunch of hungry teenagers . . .
We’ve got you covered on Famine weekend, from beginning to end.
Famine weekend: the schedule
Use this sample schedule to keep your group going strong with plenty of activities from a Friday to a Saturday night. Check out these alternative schedules if you’re not doing an overnight event, or if you’re ending the fast on a Sunday.
Find out why fasting is part of the 30 Hour Famine, get tips on how to fast safely, and explore some alternatives to a traditional food fast.
Love thy next-door neighbor! Don’t forget about people in your own backyard. Community service is a vital part of the Famine experience.
play TRIBE: Refugee
Everyone’s favorite survival game is back—with NEW challenges for 2013! Assume the identity of a hungry child as you compete in nine different physical and mental team challenges — each highlighting what life is like when hunger forces you from your home. Everything you need to play is in your free TRIBE Leader’s Guide (it comes in your Famine Welcome Kit) and right here.
Plan a variety of activities to pack your 30 hours with meaningful moments. Your students just might learn something, too! Check out a few leader favorite activities.
break your fast
You did it! You went 30 hours without food. Now it’s time to celebrate with a shared meal while remembering those who still hunger. Here are a few thoughtful ways to break your fast.