Thanks to our donors, millions of lives have been changed by the power of a meal. These meals give girls the nourishment they need to live up to their full potential and reclaim their lives.
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1000s of pounds of food
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Helen is 12 and she is from a village called Obaga on the Kenya/Uganda border.
She loves going to school. Like other girls, she also loves the one meal she has each day at the school’s lunch program.
When there is no food available, the smokestack at the school’s kitchen would not blow smoke. When there is no smoke, Helen and the 400 school children often skip class in search of food to fill their empty tummies. When children wander, it's easy for them to get lost and be stolen by traffickers.
Feed A Billion was able to assist and provide the school with the much needed food and supplies for their lunch program.
The smokestack now burns and smokes each day, keeping Helen–and the 400 school children–focused on their studies.
What Our Partners Say
Our teachers were not teaching they were out looking for food for the students. The students did not see the smoke stack at our school burning smoke, so that meant no lunch or only meal for the day, so they did not attend school. Once the donation of 100,000 meals arrived has now put teachers and students back in the classrooms, thanks to Feed A Billion. So much more than food…
– Told by Grace with Royal Kids Academy Mombasa Kenya
The doctors said to me...you cannot take your meds with just beans or maze, you need that miracle food to help your health, it has the nutrition that you need.– Told by a girl in the village of Obaga in central west Kenya that received 50,000 meals thanks to Feed A Billion
"We need food, we need food” is all we heard from many organizations in Haiti after Hurricane Mathew, with ports backed up and logistics nightmare in Haiti. A Feed A Billion food distribution partner decided to provide 200,000+ meals to Dominican Republic to assist Haitian refugees fleeing into Dominican Republic…Haitian refugees were eating “dirt cookies” to help with hunger. These meals provided thanks to Feed A Billion.
– Jim Vinyard, Director of Operations SERV International