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feedONE is a campaign that supports Convoy of Hope’s children’s feeding program. Currently feeding more than 177,000 children in 11 different countries, feedONE believes a nutritious meal shares hope — opening the door for a child to be healthy and well-nourished.
Convoy of Hope has received the 4-Star Charity Navigator Award for 15 years straight, the highest rating a charity can receive and something we take very seriously. Charity Navigator, founded in 2001, is the nation’s largest and most-utilized evaluator of charities. Their rating system examines two broad areas of a charity’s performance: financial health and accountability and transparency.
It is our goal for the children in the Convoy of Hope feeding program to receive meals created with a balance of two factors: nutritional value, and local flavor and context. Some locations build meals on highly nutritious imported products such as rice and beans, while some countries purchase all ingredients locally depending on cost.
Mother Teresa said, “If you can’t feed a hundred, then just feed one.” We’ve taken her words to heart and believe that if this generation is unleashed to solve the planet’s great challenges, they will produce a whole new world.
Yes. feedONE is a campaign that supports Convoy of Hope’s children’s feeding program.
The exact cost of food and transportation varies from country to country. We maximize your $10 donation by leveraging our network of vehicles, equipment, and expert staff and volunteers. Through local procurement, program implementation and oversight we ensure financial responsibility and program integrity.
feedONE will provide a yearly giving statement via mail (as long as your address is on file), as well as a receipt for each monthly donation. Donors will also receive updates and stories from the field in our feedONE Weekly email.
No, feedONE administers assistance and provides food through the country’s network of local schools, orphanages and churches, also known as program centers. This allows us to maximize impact while being cost-effective.
No, to protect the identity and livelihood of the children we serve and to maximize our impact, feedONE does not allow direct communication with the children. To get updates or read stories from children in our program visit our “stories” page and sign-up for feedONE Weekly, our weekly email update!