MayWeEat……….May 2022

A month of focused fundraising to help those who are in real need this May 

Dear Ambassadors

In May 2014 Meal-a-Day began a fund-raising initiative called “MayWeEat” when for a whole month we focused on raising funds to help those who are really in need. Because of its success, we have run it every year since. In 2019 “May We Eat” helped raise over £20,000, and I believe a similar amount was raised in 2020 & 2021, so we are delighted to let you all know that we are running it again this month in 2022. 

Every day, Meal-a-Day helps feed over 2,700 children. We have over 40 projects spread across 12 countries in Africa which provide food, water, shelter and clothes for many. All of this is completely reliant on your generosity and this May we are making a special effort to allow us to continue supporting these projects. 

We do hope and pray that you will be able, in one way or another, to decide to give up a meal each week or just have a simple meal so that the money you save can generate funds to feed those in Africa who very often are uncertain as to when they will get another proper meal. Just a further reminder, that almost half of the world’s population live on less than $2 a day, the price of a cup of coffee in the UK. 

Giving Online 

There are plenty of ways to give online, the easiest ways to donate (and the ones we recommend) are: 

  1. Donate online through our Just Giving Portal – simply follow the link 
  2. Donate through Text – click here for more details
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May God continue to bless our endeavours to share our blessings with those less fortunate. 

Stuart

Trustee for the ambassador program

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