by Paola Juárez More than 120 volunteers gathered at Hacienda Santa Clara on October 26 to enjoy an afternoon of fun and recognition at Feed the Hungry San Miguel’s annual Volunteer Appreciation Picnic. The location, food, and drink for the picnic more »
We are thrilled to announce the appointments of a new member of its Board of Trustees: Ms. Joan Nagelkirk; as well as a new member of its Advisory Board: M.Ed. Alejandra Rosas. Joan spent the first 3 years of her more »
On Monday April 29th, Feed the Hungry SMA headed out to La Campana, a community of about 900 residents, to kick off FTH’s Pre-Kinder meals program, officially known as the Early Childhood Nutrition Program.
Availability and quality of water are problems that threaten the more than 680,000 people who rely upon the Alto Río Laja Aquifer for their drinking water—including the entire San Miguel de Allende area. These problems have a direct impact on more »
We’re thrilled to announce the appointment of a new member of its Board of Trustees: Mrs. Jonna Stratton. Jonna first became involved with Feed the Hungry San Miguel in 2011, when she answered an ad recruiting for drivers. From then more »
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. In Salitrillo an already existing space in more »
Amistad Canada has made a remarkable difference in the lives of more than 200 school children in two disadvantaged communities near San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico. The two Amistad Angels’ school kitchens opened last year, provide hot, nutritious lunches more »
We are thrilled to announce the appointment of two new members of our Board of Trustees: Ms. Diane Largman and Ms. Kathryn West. Diane Largman came to San Miguel de Allende from Philadelphia in 1991 with her late husband, Billy. more »