I while back, I went to Zimbabwe. I left many tears on the ground of that nation.
Because of what I saw and reported back to my family, every night, my two sons and daughters, who go to bed having had 3 square meals a day, pray for the kids I met there. Specifically, they pray that they would each get at least one survival meal each day.
You can help those prayers be answered and give a very meaningful gift to that special someone who has everything. You can feed these hungry kids AS your gift to your loved one.
Just go here and decide what level of gift you would like to give. You can…
- Feed one child one survival meal a day for 1 month – $10
- Feed one child one survival meal a day for 3 months – $30
- Feed one child for a whole year – $120
- Fund an entire feeding center for a year (approx. 200 children) – $2000
Or you can help a family feed themselves by…
- Providing a pair of rabbits for a family – $10
- Help a family start a rabbit business (1 dozen rabbits) – $60
I’ve been there. I took these pictures myself. I’ve seen hundreds of widows and thousands of orphans who are suffering in this nation. I know this pipeline through Operation Starfish Africa not as an “operation”, but as friends of mine, natives of Zimbabwe who take the call to get food to their nation’s children personally. They have had to buy food on the black market and get this survival help to people covertly in some cases.
100% of your money goes towards food. No admin costs for the people organizing it are necessary or even wanted.
Follow the instructions at this link and help secure these meals for these hungry kids.
Follow the directions and you can pay through debit or credit card. You could write your own, but you can also put in your email address and receive a special Christmas note to print out, put it in an envelope, and either mail it or put it on the Christmas Tree for your loved one letting them know of the gift of life you gave on their behalf.
In Zimbabwe, when someone is grateful and wants to say thank you, they put their hands together as if they were praying and look at you in the eye.
When they are unbelievably humbled and full of intense gratitude and want to express the depth at which they feel it but feel helpless to do so, and words can not express it adequately, they still put their hands together and look you in the eyes, but then they drop to their knees.
So here is the little girl that received a McDonalds toy that my daughter sent me over there with to give away. She was one of the few children I met that was not orphaned and lived with a mom and a dad.
So look her back in the eyes, and allow her to express the deep gratitude that will be felt by her less fortunate peers that live all around her.
I give you mine as well.