Following discussions with community leaders in two schools, Rancho Viejo (2003) and Leona Vicario (1990), it was determined that Feed the Hungry had successfully improved the health of the children and the communities could now be served by other means. While due to economic improvements in the communities, school-lunches are no longer required, the Family Nutrition Education Program continues to be available as needed.

Feed the Hungry A.C. becomes the first non-profit in San Miguel de Allende to receive the Certification for Transparency and Philanthropic Accountability  by Cemefi.