To Feed 1,000 Children - SJSP

Year 6

St. John's Summer Program

$42,723.24 raised towards our $21,320.00 target.

"Mary's Meals is a series of lots of little acts of love. If you put all those acts of sacrifice together, it creates a beautiful thing" - Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow, Mary's Meals Founder and CEO

At St. John’s Summer Program, our staff of high school and college students loves our young children who are so blessed to not experience real hunger. Knowing that there are children, the same age as our campers, who go to bed hungry at night, has ignited a desire to do more – to sponsor and feed the school children in Malawi for an entire year. Over the past 5 years, through many fundraisers and generous donors, we raised more than $140,000, enough money to feed Chaone Primary School in Malawi during that time, as well as Glory Academy in Liberia for an entire year! Thank you for your support! Please join us in doing it again! May God bless your generosity!

“Around the world, 61 million children are hungry and do not attend school. They work or beg in order to survive. By providing meals in schools, hungry children are encouraged to attend school and receive an education that may one day be their ladder out of poverty. For many of these children, this is also the only nutritious meal they will receive that day.” Today, Marys Meals feeds more than 2.43 million children around the world, including 30% of Malawi’s entire elementary school population.

Please consider supporting us in this effort to share our love with the children of Malawi. Just $21.00 feeds one child for an entire school year- a simple act of love that will give hope to some of the world’s most vulnerable children. May God bless your generosity!

With deep gratitude,

St. John’s Summer Program Staff 2023

St. John's is raising money to feed 846 children for a whole school year at Chaone Primary School in Malawi.

This is year 6 St. John's has raised funds for Chaone Primary School with a total of $176,112.98 raised so far.



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242 donations and counting

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Fundraising history

St. John's has supported Chaone Primary School over multiple years. Their total of $176,112.98 shows just how much they've raised online for this school! See the difference it's made through the annual school reports.

Previous fundraising
$176,112.98 total raised so far online

Learn more about Mary's Meals

Mary's Meals is a global movement that sets up school feeding projects in some of the world's poorest communities, where hunger and poverty prevent children from gaining an education.