Happy Meals for Poor Children and their Families

by Women's Action Against Climate Change Association
Happy Meals for Poor Children and their Families
focusing on families affected by the typhoon
focusing on families affected by the typhoon

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our initiative providing happy meals for children and their families. Thanks so much for local donors and your own, we are able to provide food and other essentials to families affected by the recent super typhoon Rai. Our concentration are families affected in Surigao areas because they are near our home-base and it is logistically cheap for our operations. We have volunteers already embedded in the area also because of previous engagements. Thus this reporting period we are able to provide food and other essentials to 320 families. Again thank you very much for your generosity and hoping for your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle Frances Uy

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Children are precious
Children are precious

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your support to our project providing meals to poor families. This project is important because of the preponderance of families needing food especially during this time when the coronavirus pandemic impact to local communities is very much present. Many are affected and neighbors are in difficult situation as the economy slows down. At least with the vaccination roll-out going in earnest, restrictions are now easing and people are able to go out and do their business. It will take a little bit of time for herd immunity to be achieved and hopefully for situation to change for the better. This reporting period we are able to provide warm meals to 75 children and their families and hoping for your continuing support to this initiative. Thank you very much.

Gratefully yours,

Michelle Frances

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Distribution of seeds
Distribution of seeds

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our initiative providing happy meals for poor children and their families. We are very happy to report that this project is getting a lot of help from local generous individuals aside from the support we got from you. This is indeed very nice given that the coronavirus pandemic has really affected local communities so much here and people are struggling. We focus our support during this time by the provision of vegetable seeds to local gardeners in order for them to produce their own food and sustain the process. Hoping for your continuing support to this important endeavour and please inform your friends about us also. Thank you very much, stay safe and healthy always.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle Frances 

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providing farm inputs
providing farm inputs

Dear Friend,

Greetings and thank you very much for your continuing support to our initiative happy meals for poor children and their families. This reporting period we are able to provide vegetable seeds and organic fertilizer to 75 families in order for them to produce their own food comprising vegetables, legumes and root crops. In this manner the provision of meals will be a continuing activity and instead of receiving food aid the families will learn to grow the crops themselves in a sustainable manner. We were able to support 65 families in this manner and we hope to continue and expand this initiative to additional families and villages around our main office. Hoping for your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle Frances 

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Promoting sweet potato
Promoting sweet potato

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your continuing generosity in supporting our initiative providing meals to children and their families. The problem caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has made our work extra difficult and during this reporting period we focus on assisting local children whom we can reach easily by reason that they are near our work station. We focus our effort to promote local food as delicacies and important for their diet. Sometimes local food such as sweet potato is looked down as inferior to food that are processed and sold in grocery stores. Sweet potato can be made into sweet potato chips, jams and candies and this is indeed very healthy food for the children. We are starting to promote this particular approach in one village here and hoping that we are able to expand with your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle Frances

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Women's Action Against Climate Change Association

Location: Ormoc, Leyte - Philippines
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Michelle Uy
Ormoc, Leyte Philippines
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