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.
Inside the heart and soul of San Miguel de Allende
Seven days in San Miguel de Allende go by in the blink of an eye – especially when you’re having fun while contributing to the well-being of children in the most disadvantaged rural communities of the municipality. For a whole 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 »
A few weeks ago we were contacted by a very bright young Mexican man, Eduardo Bautista, who is currently participating in a cultural exchange program and attends UWC ISAK JAPAN. He read an article online about Feed the Hungry San 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 »
If you follow us on social media, you probably know that Feed the Hungry San Miguel’s “March Magic 2018” tour – which began on March 1st and ended on the evening of March 7th – was a success! We’re thrilled more »
March 1-8, 2018, our second annual “March Magic” is an exclusive excursion for visitors who want to experience this magical city as an insider, not as a tourist.