A Glass of Milk for Uruguayan Children

by Fundacion Banco de Alimentos - Uruguay
A Glass of Milk for Uruguayan Children
A Glass of Milk for Uruguayan Children
A Glass of Milk for Uruguayan Children
A Glass of Milk for Uruguayan Children
A Glass of Milk for Uruguayan Children
A Glass of Milk for Uruguayan Children
A Glass of Milk for Uruguayan Children
A Glass of Milk for Uruguayan Children

We would like to keep you updated on the progress of the ¨glass of milk¨ campaign that the Uruguay Food Bank has been running this year.  In that connection, we are very proud to announce that the 17 institutions that are beneficiaries of that campaign have received 225,000 glasses of milk so far this year, which is wonderful news as that in turn means that 225,000 children have had the chance to have access to a warm glass of milk.


This campaign becomes more important than ever at this time of the year, when the winter starts and the cold weather makes us crave for warm food. We all know that milk has the essential nutrients that support a child´s growing body. But, in addition to that, a nice glass of warm milk is comforting and help children to feel happier.


All of this has been possible thanks to your support and we will be always grateful for that.


Help us keep this wonderful smile-spreading  campaign alive!


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Uruguay Food Bank has launched a campaign to make sure that 14 institutions providing food to low-income people throughout the year have access to powdered milk.


Powdered milk is very much welcome as it is the core of the breakfast and tea we serve for our 150 children.  We have finally been able to meet that need. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your invaluable support.”  Laura Juan, Deputy Head of the Liceo Francisco (Francisco High School) (Paysandú, Uruguay).


Thanks to the support we receive from GlobalGiving and other organizations, every month we are providing 14 institutions with the milk they need to serve a daily glass to their children.


75,000 glasses of milk have been served so far in 2022 which are equivalent to 75,000 smiles on the faces of those children.


And it is that, the smiles on children´s faces, which motivate us to keep on working to achieve this goal every month of the year.


We give “75,000 thank you” to each and every person that help us to keep on serving glasses of milk and putting smiles on children´s faces.


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Fundacion Banco de Alimentos - Uruguay

Location: Montevideo - Uruguay
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @bdauruguay
Project Leader:
Dolores Corro
Montevideo, Montevideo Uruguay
$1,023 raised of $35,000 goal
23 donations
$33,977 to go
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