Highlights & Happenings Newsletter – Spring 2022

Volunteer Spotlight: Lauren Sevrin, Photographer

The story of Feed the Hungry and what we do is best told through the images of the young, the old, the families, and the communities that we help. Lauren Sevrin has been volunteering for Feed the Hungry as a photographer since April 2020. We had just started responding to the Covid-19 crisis by providing …

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Early Childhood Nutrition Program Brings Food and Knowledge to the Campo

Feed the Hungry San Miguel’s Early Childhood Nutrition Program is now helping even more mothers and children in rural communities around San Miguel de Allende. The expansion of the program began in earnest in October 2021 in the community of Ejido de Tirado, and in February of this year, in the community of Los Toriles, …

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Announcing the New Extended Alimentation Program

As Feed the Hungry’s scope expanded to address the dire circumstances affecting our community during the past two years, we have become even more familiar with the hardships many of our rural citizens face every day. In 2015, 44.3% of the greater San Miguel de Allende population was in a situation of moderate poverty, and …

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Feed the Hungry San Miguel’s 2022 Goals and Commitments

We launch into this new year with high hopes, and we are excited to share what’s in store for 2022. Since March 2020, the Feed the Families program has distributed enough food to produce 14 million meals and benefited an estimated 20,000 people. This immense undertaking has helped desperate families avoid starvation due to the …

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A Community We Support: Clavellinas

Clavellinas, also known as Coyotes Clavellinas, is the most populated community within the San Miguel de Allende municipality, with 1,425 inhabitants in 296 families. Life is improving in Clavellinas. In a meeting with the municipal delegate, Consuelo Perez Lopez, we learned that her community is the last one off the main road some 22 km …

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President’s Letter

Two years ago, a pandemic upended everything, and Feed the Hungry launched the biggest food relief effort ever conducted in San Miguel de Allende. We responded by revamping our operations to feed entire families after our school kitchens were forced to close. Neighborhood groups responded by picking up bags of food from Feed the Hungry …

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