April 21st // 410 Bridge COVID-19 Updates

As of today, thousands of Food Supply Kits have been distributed to families in Kenya, Guatemala, and Haiti because of your generosity! Thank you!

Due to the fluid situation, priorities will undoubtedly change over time.  Currently, food insecurity and educating children are the most pressing needs.  The realities of price gouging, closed markets, supply chain disruption, and the suspension of school feeding programs are a reality, and the longer this continues the greater the need will be.

We recognize that we will likely have to provide relief kits to families beyond a month, and include additional families to a growing list that are also facing food insecurity. Please watch the three videos below for more information on how you can help and visit the link below to help us continue to provide families with food during the spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Thank you.

Donate to the Global Relief Plan Here

Kenya Update
Haiti Update
Guatemala Update

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