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Together We Give!

This November 30, Feed the Hungry San Miguel will be participating in Giving Tuesday. Even in times of economic uncertainty, we each have a deep reserve of generosity, which we can deploy in myriad ways to make a difference–your time, your kindness, your skills, your voice are all things you can give in addition to charitable donations. GivingTuesday is an …

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How You Can Help

By donating to Feed the Hungry, you are contributing health, hope, and opportunity to disadvantaged communities in the San Miguel de Allende municipality. For many years, Feed the Hungry San Miguel has provided hot meals at school kitchens, benefiting as many as 5,000 disadvantaged children every school day. With our school kitchens closed due to the pandemic, we are now …

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Feed the Hungry A.C.’s New President

Jennifer Venkatraman has stepped up to a new role as president of Feed the Hungry A.C. Jennifer was previously a member of our Advisory Council and also served as vice president of the A.C. She is a corporate legal professional with many years of business and legal experience ranging from contracts and intellectual property to company policies and risk management. Feed …

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Face Masks for a Safer Community

Feed the Hungry is coordinating distribution of 1.2 million face masks donated by Motus Automotive, and CAM a Stanley Black and Decker Company. Initially, masks were distributed with the food bags that we dispense in 37 communities. A large-scale distribution at key points throughout the city was then designed with the coordination of Francisco Garay from Desarrollo Economico, and NGOs. …

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Watch Our Supporters Walk/Run/Bike for Food!

Visit our Facebook @FeedtheHungrySMA on October 23 when we will be going LIVE from Viñedo Dos Búhos in San Miguel de Allende as participants complete their challenges. A Feed the Hungry/Amistad Canada team is participating under the Scotia Bank of Toronto Waterfront Marathon. An in-person walk in San Miguel de Allende is scheduled for October 31; you are welcome to join …

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New Facilities for La Medina School Children

On September 10, a sparkling new kitchen and dining room at the “México Creo en Tí” elementary school in the community of La Medina was inaugurated. Materials and labor were generously donated by Arquitecto Rafael Franco. Franco offers his professional expertise as an architect to our organization and has already built cooking and dining facilities at our school kitchens in …

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors During Difficult Times

In late March of 2020, a group of mostly expats in the Ojo de Agua colonia started a food pantry (despensa) to help neighbors who were suffering hardship due to reduced or complete loss of work because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ojo de Agua is a diverse community not far from the San Miguel de Allende historic district. There are …

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President´s Letter

Over the past 18 months, Feed the Hungry has delivered more than a metric kiloton of food through our Feed the Families initiative, providing essential nutrition for thousands of desperate families. Kiloton is a powerful word. It is typically understood as a measurement of energy and destructive power. But for us, it represents something much more positive: the massive amount …

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A Community We Support

La Cuadrilla is a rural community of 584 inhabitants (INEGI 2020 census) in 142 households. Fewer than half of the dwellings have toilets or sanitary facilities. The average level of schooling is 7 years. Esmeralda, one of our beneficiaries in this community, is a 29-year-old mother of two children ages one and four. She and her husband barely survive on …

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Highlights & Happenings – Fall 2021

Highlights & Happenings – Fall 2021 Welcome to our online newsletter. We hope you enjoy catching up on the latest from Feed the Hungry San Miguel! Link to each article below, or download the print edition.To receive this and other timely news via email, subscribe. In this issue: A Community We Support Learn about our beneficiaries, including Esmeralda and her family, …

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