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Bere Parra
Communications & Events – Feed the Hungry San Miguel
bere@feedthehungrysma.org

FEED THE HUNGRY SAN MIGUEL OPENS TWO NEW SCHOOL KITCHENS IN SALITRILLO AND SAN JOSÉ DE ALLENDE
San Miguel de Allende, Gto. MEXICO April 2018 – On April 16 and 17, non-profit organization Feed the Hungry San Miguel kickstarted the operation of two new school kitchens in the rural communities of Salitrillo and San José de Allende, respectively. Learn more…

LAS COCINAS DE FEED THE HUNGRY ALIMENTAN A NIÑOS DE COMUNIDADES RURALES MARGINADAS DE SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE (Spanish, on Animal Gourmet)
Feed the Hungry San Miguel de Allende nació como una pequeña organización caritativa informal que ahora opera un combinación de programas de mitigación de pobreza que sirven a miles de niños y a sus familias en 34 comunidades dentro del municipio de San Miguel de Allende. Learn more…

FEED THE HUNGRY SAN MIGUEL WELCOMES TWO NEW BOARD MEMBERS
San Miguel de Allende, Gto. MEXICO January 1 2018 — FTHSM is thrilled to announce the appointment of two new members of its Board of Trustees: Ms. Diane Largman and Ms. Kathryn West. Learn more…

GIVING HEALTH, HOPE, AND OPPORTUNITY – ONE MEAL AT A TIME
Feed the Hungry San Miguel is on track to provide an estimated 925,000 school meals by the end of 2017. Learn more…

TARGETING ONE MILLION MEALS IN 2017
Feed the Hungry San Miguel provides roughly 900,000 nutritious school meals every year. We aim to reach the one million meals mark in 2017! Learn more…

PROJECT BLISS
Ross Ruddell, a photographer with Project Bliss, visited Feed the Hungry San Miguel while traveling the world to increase public awareness of social and environmental issues facing our world. Watch his inspiring video and read about his experience following Feed the Hungry San Miguel and riding with volunteer driver Tom Knapp.

PLANTING SEEDS OF GOOD NUTRITION
Nutritionist Diana Rodríguez is responsible for preparing healthy and balanced menus that include seasonal seeds and vegetables, and monitoring the health of children served at Feed the Hungry school kitchens. Learn more…

NEW CHALLENGES, GENEROUS SOLUTIONS FOR FEEDING RURAL SCHOOLCHILDREN
A new school kitchen at Don Diego Primaria opened on October 5, 2016, thanks to the generosity of a Founding Donor. This kitchen will provide 600 meals a day for 300 students. Learn more…

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO A CHILD, A FAMILY, A COMMUNITY
For too many children in San Miguel de Allende, “back to school” doesn’t mean the excitement of new clothes, shoes, pencils, or books—it may mean that they can simply look forward to a break from hunger. Our annual Back to School fundraising campaign has launched. Read more…

INTERVIEW WITH AL KOCOUREK, PRESIDENT OF FEED THE HUNGRY SAN MIGUEL
New president Al Kocourek talks about his background and his plans for the organization. Read more…

BREAKING THE CYCLE OF POVERTY
In August of 1992, a three-year old boy entered the Emiliano Zapata kindergarten in Ejido de Tirado, a low-income community near the railroad station. Valentín Patlán was one of the 200 children who received a Feed the Hungry school meal every day during his three years of kindergarten and six years of elementary school. Read  more…

A SIMPLE SOLUTION TO AN OVERWHELMING PROBLEM
Throughout the countryside surrounding San Miguel, the lack of sufficient water is a daily problem and can be a life threatening issue during the dry season. Read more…

THIRTY YEARS FIGHTING AGAINST HUNGER
Over the past three decades Feed the Hungry San Miguel de Allende, a nonprofit organization that provides breakfast to children in rural communities, has grown and evolved from one small, humble kitchen located in St. Paul’s Church to 26 kitchens scattered across San Miguel de Allende and feeds more than 4,000 school-age children. Read more…

FEED THE HUNGRY RECEIVES FEDERAL CERTIFICATION FOR PHILANTHROPY AND TRANSPARENCY
Cemefi (Centro Mexicano Para La Filantropía) recently announced the 2013 accreditations of Mexican nonprofit organizations. Certification for transparency in organized philanthropy was awarded to 86 nonprofit organizations throughout Mexico – 22 in Mexico City and 64 throughout 40 states. Read more…