School Meals for Indigenous Children in Guatemala

$11,333 $0
Raised Remaining
Oct 26, 2012

Thank you to our donors

Dear donor

It is our great pleasure to be able to thank you for your extremely generous support over the last few years and to inform you that thanks to your tireless contributions, the food program in our school at Lake Atitlán can now come to an end. The government has intervened finally and now provides daily foodstuffs for the children, and for this reason, we no longer require donations. It is so good that the population can now take their lives into their own hands which is fantastic, when it comes to providing daily school meals for the children.

With this daily food, it has improved child health, concentration levels, school attendance, education and the general potential of the children, all of which are so important.

Many thanks again for all of your support over the years; we really cannot thank you enough for your generosity, you can see the difference that your contributions have made.


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Project Leader

Ross Deans

Exeter, Devon United Kingdom

Where is this project located?

Map of School Meals for Indigenous Children in Guatemala