Access to food keeps children, families, and communities healthy and productive.

We work with individuals and communities to develop sustainable livelihood projects so that people are able to grow and sell their own food.

A well fed child can concentrate better in school and have the energy and nutrition they need for healthy development. Adults who are hungry find it difficult to work. We help families achieve food security so they are able to participate fully in their communities, and focus on meeting other urgent needs.

What We Do

  • Distribute food to communities across the Caribbean and Latin America who lack access to food
  • Provide emergency food during times of crisis
  • Support feeding programs at schools across the Caribbean and Latin America
  • Develop agricultural and animal husbandry projects, providing a means to grow and sell food

Our Impact

  • Provided 10,527,988 meals to communities in Jamaica, Haiti, Honduras, and Guyana since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Distributed 2,720 bags of milk powder to communities in Haiti, feeding 63 communities
  • Distributed 179,000 kilograms of rice, feeding 880,000 people
  • Distributed more than 182,000 bags of dried vegetable soup mix, feeding over 18.2 million people
  • Established a chicken farm to support the sustainability of an orphanage for meat, eggs and livelihood
  • Shipped and distributed 3,785 bags of dried Canadian fruit, 6,485 bags of dried beans, 15,742 cans of garbanzo beans, and 1,068 bags of beef broth to communities across Haiti and Jamaica
  • Distributed 2,500 pounds of fish and 2,760 bags granola to communities across Haiti