FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- Food For All, the industry's nonprofit anti-hunger organization, said last week it would accept donations intended to assist tsunami victims in Asia, and make certain funds are well applied. directly to the victims. It is the case that billions of dollars are being pledged to tsunami relief; however, much of this money will go to governments for cleaning up and rebuilding the infrastructure," said Zegar. FFA's effort will be to channel money to help victims with short- ...

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