When children struggle to stay afloat everyday, it takes away their likelihood for success. Some of these children may be brilliant, but when they have concern with their daily life, their chances are minimal. Children are our future. They should be nurtured, developed, and supported in every way that our community can provide.
In this program, ALMS works directly with schools or food providers to provide funding for daily meals to starving children.
In U.S. alone, there are at least 35% of children and teens who struggle with their daily lives and have to denote a great portion of their time to find income and support themselves, thus taking away their precious time from learning.
In addition, our study indicates that many may eat less or even skip meals to just to stay afloat. This has profound impact on their health and growth.
Human, in particular children and teens, need to have adequate nutrition in order to thrive physically, mentally, and stay focused.
Through this program, ALMS’ goal is to grant these suffering children and teens a little extra money for their food, so that they can have proper nutrition and meal. We also hope that by taking away their daily concern on food, perhaps they can re-focus back on school and studying.
Enroll and get Benefit
If you are struggling to provide regular meal for your children, you may be qualified. Just click ‘Enroll’ and fill in a quick questionnaire to get started.
What We Need
Generous donors Like You
We need your generous support and donors like you to contribute to this program, so that there are funds available to grant to these starving children and teens.
All donations will be classified as gift under the 501(c)(3) guideline. Every donor will receive a tax deductible receipt from ALMS for tax purpose.
Who Benefit from this Program
Starving children and teens who are financially struggling to have proper daily meal
ALMS’ goal is to provide the financial for the most basic need (‘food’) to starving children. These children appear everywhere. As our study shows, even in the U.S., one of the wealthiest countries in the world, there are still 35% of teens who are not able to receive proper daily meal due to financial hardship.
How ALMS Gives Back
For those who qualified in this program, ALMS will work directly with their schools and/or food providers to provide full or partial funding for the daily meals. The funding amount and duration will vary and depend on each individual’s background and case.
Please note that ALMS will request income information from those who apply to this program to verify the financial situation. If you think you qualify, enroll now.
Contact us regarding this program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org