Category Archives: Updates
Impact Report From Our Partners
This year has been challenging for everyone, especially those that we serve. And while it’s been 0% business as usual, World Vision can assure you … Continue reading
Celebrating Ten Years of Impact, Food For Famine Society & World Vision Canada
It wouldn’t be a celebration without video greeting cards from our well-wishers from around the world. Thanks to World Vision Canada for putting these together … Continue reading
10 Years of RUTF!
As we celebrate our 10 years of donating Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food to malnourished children worldwide, we are proud to share this Impact Report from World … Continue reading
82,800 Kids & Counting! Wow!
We are so excited to announce that we have officially helped to nourish over 82,800 malnourished children in over 10 countries! Such an incredible … Continue reading
Meet Habiba, 10 mth old Baby Girl
Caroline is a housewife living in Yassing, 22 KM from Koro, in Mali. She is mother to Habiba, a beautiful 10 month old baby girl. She is also mother to four other children, 2 boys and … Continue reading
World Food Day 2018
In recognition of World Food Day on October 16, 2018! Move 4 MANA – Heritage Woods Secondary School in Port Moody, British Columbia, will launch … Continue reading
Heritage Woods Secondary School Students For The Win!
In recognition of World Food Day, the Students at Heritage Woods Secondary School are taking action by challenging their peers to exercise in order to … Continue reading
15th Container For Somalia
As many of you are aware, Somalia has been struggling with civil war and devastating malnutrition as the country desperately tries to regain control of … Continue reading
58 Containers & Counting!
Hard to believe that we are announcing our 58th container of Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) overseas to date! Our team was doing the math today … Continue reading
Heritage Woods Secondary School Helps 100 Kids!
Heritage Woods teens exercise in Port Moody to save lives in Somalia Month-long program at HWSS will see ready-to-use therapeutic food sent to Africa to … Continue reading