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Support Mothers In Honduras This Mother’s Day

Today is Mother's Day in Canada. A day to celebrate mother, maternal bonds, and the influence that motherhood has on society as a whole. Here at Food for The Poor Canada, we wanted to share with you the story of Dania, a mother in San Antonio, Honduras.

Building a Village in San Antonio, Honduras

Learn about my recent trip to Honduras and the wonderful things you are making happen there.

Women’s Empowerment Group

The women’s empowerment group, once consisting of 24 women, has now expanded to more than 40, and they continue to do training in different areas.

San Antonio Vocational Agricultural School

Andrea Slipek from Food For The Poor Canada visits the recently constructed agricultural vocational school in San Antonio, Honduras.

Coffee Farming in Marcala

We went to the coffee farms in Marcala, an area known for its optimal climate for coffee harvest and one of the largest coffee production areas in the world.

Beekeeping in Honduras

One of our first stops was to the APICOL (La Asociación de Apicultores de Colinas) beekeeping project, where we learned about the care and maintenance of honey bees.

Building a Village in San Antonio, Honduras

Hi, I'm Andrea! I'd like to tell you all about my recent trip to Honduras and the wonderful things you are making happen there.

FFPC Collaborates with GlobalMedic to Bolster Emergency Response and Save Lives

We are grateful for our new partnership with GlobalMedic following the earthquake that devastated Haiti on August 14, 2021.

San Antonio Women’s Empowerment Workshop Update

Workshops for women in San Antonio, Honduras are benefitting the entire community, and participant feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. Here is an update from our in-country partner CEPUDO.

Christmas Surprise for Children at Georges Valley

A generous donation made by Glenor Josephs allowed us to provide children at Georges Valley with new school supplies and a hearty meal just in time for Christmas.

Goodwill Early Childhood Institute Built in Memory of Denise Jones

The construction of Goodwill Early Childhood Learning Center in Port Antonio, Portland, Jamaica, built in memory of Denise Jones, is now complete.

Christmas Giving: FFPC and Other Charities to Support This Season

Food For The Poor Canada was featured in Zoomer Magazine's article "Holiday Giving: 5 Canadian Charities to Support This Season"!

Give a Meaningful Gift This Christmas

This Christmas, consider giving a Gift of Hope to children and their families across the LAC region, and read the personal stories of two women from the village of San Antonio, Honduras.

Give These Children a Chance Program

FFPC recently had the opportunity to support 50 Jamaican children with lunch, textbooks and tuition fees through the Give These Children a Chance program.

Current Situation in Haiti

Gang violence and fuel shortages in Haiti have made it increasingly difficult to distribute emergency supplies to communities in the south and southeast of the country.

Fall 2021 Update

Read about our programming updates in Derac, Baramita and San Antonio, as well as our upcoming virtual event on legacy giving.

Haiti Emergency Response Update

FFPC is continuing emergency response efforts in Haiti in partnership with our in-country partners and through the help of Canadian donors.

San Antonio Update Fall 2021

FFPC has finished constructing a Vocational Training Centre for youth in the village of San Antonio through the help of Canadian donors.

Jamaican High Commissioner to Canada and Partners Hand Over $12,500 to Boost Tablet Initiative for Schools

Food For The Poor Canada accepts a cheque for $12,500 from the Jamaican High Commissioner to Canada and partners to support the Device for Every Child Initiative for schools in Jamaica.

Baramita Update Fall 2021

Food For The Poor Canada has made significant progress in the Baramita with the completion of the village's Community Centre. FFPC's next initiatives in Baramita include chicken-rearing and plant husbandry projects.