Support the feeding programme
Our Feeding Programmes offers children the chance to play games together, be helped with their homework and enjoy a hot meal before bed. Those whose parents are not home or don’t have electricity, prefer to stay at the church until 9pm doing school work.
Today we have 3 Feeding Programmes set up in Mottaimallai, Salem and Cumbumettu. In total over 140 children are being cared for, tutored and fed. It is an exciting project and a great way of enabling the churches to reach out and support their local community.
We have churches with potential to run feeding programmes. Please consider if you might like to be a part of adding more children to the ones already being loved and cared for. £100 a month will get another programme mobilised - so perhaps gather your friends and sponsor one together.
How your support helps children
Children are cared for at their point of need - to be looked after, fed and cared for while their parents work. With the tuition that the teachers are able to provide, the children are able to thrive at school thus offering them opportunities to further education and the ability to break the cycle of poverty. Children also learn about basic hygiene which they share with their parents, this equips the parents with good hygiene practices which could help reduce medical expenses.
With parents working till late at night, many children are left to their own devices after school. Rev. Jeberaj Fenn saw how children were left to play in the streets until late at night so offered children squash and a biscuit. So the Feeding Programme began. Today Rev Fenn and his wife run the after school program offering a hot meal and tutoring to 60 children from 3-17 years of ages. He also acts as the village doctor offering basic medical treatment to those who need.