Feed the Hungry San Miguel Earns 100/100 Rating from Charity Navigator

Feed the Hungry San Miguel has been evaluated by Charity Navigator through their revolutionary Encompass Rating System, and received a 100 out of 100 rating!   The Encompass Rating System is a comprehensive evaluation tool that analyzes nonprofit performance. Charity Navigator’s third-party accreditation validates our organization’s operational excellence.   “Our Charity Navigator rating of 100 out of 100 through their Encompass Rating System …

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President’s Letter – October 2020

   After 35 years of operations, Feed the Hungry San Miguel was poised to reach a milestone: we were serving close to one million meals a year through our school kitchens.    We never would have anticipated that a pandemic would trigger school closures and increase the extreme economic hardship in the communities we serve, challenging us to find a way …

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New Nutrition Internship Program

Feed the Hungry recently welcomed Diana Laura Sánchez and Ana Laura Rojas to our nutrition internship program. Diana and Ana are university students in their last year at the School of Nutrition of the University of Guanajuato Campus, Celaya and Salvatierra. After completing a full year of service with FTH, Ana Laura and Diana will graduate with degrees in nutrition. …

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Run or Walk to Feed Hungry Families

A supporter of Feed the Hungry has pledged to match the first $10,000 (USD) raised during the October Walk for Food Virtual Fundraiser, the first of its kind in San Miguel!  Through our partnership with Amistad Canada, Feed the Hungry will be participating in the Virtual Walk/Run for Mexico. Supporters of several NGOs are lacing up their shoes and running …

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Meet Ricarda

Ricarda is one of our beneficiaries in the community of La Cuadrilla. For her husband and their five children, she has been preparing meals from simple ingredients and some organically grown vegetables. On the day that we visited, she had made oatmeal with milk for breakfast and lentil soup for lunch. For dinner, bean tacos were in order.   Feed the …

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Volunteers in the Spotlight

Lauren Sevrin Photo journalist Lauren Sevrin has been volunteering with Feed the Hungry since April, using her professional photography skills to document our work in the field. Originally from New Jersey, Lauren has lived in San Miguel de Allende since 2017. While we are busy distributing food pantries in the communities, Lauren captures the spirit of the moment with her …

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New Ways to Engage on our Website

We hope that you will find our newly redesigned FTH website to look and function better than ever! It has been updated with a new style and streamlined navigation that makes information more accessible while delivering an improved user interface. The responsive and multi-device-friendly layout also features restructured content for easy reading and updated information about our programs.  Take a …

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How You Can Help

VOLUNTEER!   Our 100+ volunteer packers and drivers are staying safe at home while we run the Feed the Families program using staff and city workers. However, there are other ways to volunteer:  We are looking for a data processing and data-maintenance volunteer to keep our beneficiaries database updated. Spanish is a must! If you speak Spanish or know a …

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