Join our compassionate group of monthly donors, Food For The Poor Community Builders and help all year round.
Our Community Builders are important to us. Community Builders provide children and families with the most basic needs - food, clean water and healthcare. Community Builders also know that monthly giving allows us to spend less time on fundraising and more time on saving lives and building healthy communities.
Pressing needs in Jamaica and Haiti leave families in despair. When families are healthy, safe and well, parents are able to be productive and children are able to attend school. When you give monthly, you are providing:
- Emergency food for families and school feeding programs
- Protection from waterborne diseases through access to clean water and sanitation
- Lifesaving medicines to rural communities and under-served health clinics
Become a Community Builder and provide basic needs to communities when they need it the most: every day.
Food for the Poor Canada (FFPC) provides basic aid and sustainable development across the Caribbean and Latin America with a focus on education, housing and health. With your help, we are building schools and training teachers. We are feeding the hungry, building homes and providing healthcare to the sick.
You are providing light for a family without electricity with this kit, which includes three lamps.
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Food For The Poor Canada provides aid and sustainable development to communities across the Caribbean and Latin America, with a focus on Jamaica and Haiti. Food For The Poor Canada aims to empower communities to lift themselves out of poverty through holistic and community-led programming in:
FoodHousingHealthEducationLivelihoodThrough a profound understanding of the communities, we work with, and an established network of local partners, Food For The Poor Canada delivers immediate, efficient and need-responsive aid and development. Primarily serving Jamaica and Haiti, we ship and distribute food, medicines, educational supplies, build homes and schools, train teachers, and develop income-generating projects.
In the last 10 years, Food For The Poor Canada has built 30 schools, trained over 100 teachers, built 80 homes in Jamaica and Haiti and has shipped over $20,000,000 in medical, food and educational donations.