Feed a Soul - $10 feeds, educates and provides a world of hope.

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About

Who

Mother Teresa once said, "If you can’t feed 100 people, then just feed one." We have taken her words to heart. We are the most interconnected, compassionate, globally-minded generation in history. As a result, for the first time in human history, ending hunger is truly possible. We believe together we can do it in a generation, one person at a time.

How

For just $10 a month you can feed one child for an entire month. How, you might ask? Well, each year corporations donate tens of millions of dollars' worth of food and supplies to Convoy of Hope. As a result, every dollar donated to Convoy of Hope's Feed the World Fund is leveraged into more food, water and supplies for those who need it the most.

Every child in a feedOne approved feeding initiative receives so much more than food. Children are fed through schools and orphanages committed to the complete holistic development of a child – changing a generation.

Why

When you’re hungry, can you focus in class? Can you walk a half marathon? Can you get it done on the court? We can’t and neither can 66 million children across the developing world devastated by chronic hunger. This must change and it has fallen to us to change it. The facts are staggering:

  • 66 million primary school-age children attend classes hungry across the developing world.
  • Undernutrition contributes to 2.6 million deaths of children under five each year - one third of the global total.
  • 870 million people in the world do not have enough to eat.
    Source: World Food Programme

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