"If you can't feed a hundred people, then feed just one." Mother Teresa

According to the World Health Organization there are some 900 Million people globally at the level of starvation. 18,000 people die every day because of this growing problem. This blog will highlight the areas around the world we are currently working feverishly to end these avoidable deaths and bring stories of happiness and hope for the future. Join us in creating a perpetual feeding machine that not only saves lives, but provides an income stream for you and your own family at the very same time.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Goal - To Feed 4 Million Children

We have been saving lives for a long time now. Maybe I should not toot my own horn, but sometimes I just can't help it. I am proud to be a part of something so much bigger than me.
It took us over 2 years to reach the 1 Million Meal mark (Dec. 2009) and then we have gone BLASTING BY the 2 Million Meal mark just 6 months later to 3 MILLION MEALS and growing!

At the time I wrote this, our organization has fed 3,492,132 meals to children and families who would otherwise starve to death. This is a powerful project well worth joining.

Our goal is to feed at least 4 million meals by Dec. 2011. And the best part is you can actually create an income for yourself by joining us. Take a closer look. Keep an open mind.

Help us hit 4 million meals by the end of the year.
Ask me how.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Don't Become Unemployed

Recently, I have seen companies, good companies, go broke and have to close their doors. Not because no one wants to do business with them, but because more and more people do not have any extra cash to spend. At the end of the month, some people find they have more bills than money to pay them with.

There is lots to be said about where our government is taking us these days. It is unfortunate that with the down economy more and more companies are busy trying to keep the lights on and are simply forced to cut their donations to charities.

What if they asked their employees to join them in donating on a regular basis to feed the severely malnourished children of the world? And, what if by joining together they could all benefit? An interesting thought.

If I worked for a company who was struggling to keep its doors open, I would rather be given the option of joining them in building a separate business instead of showing up to find out I am now unemployed. I love donating to charities anyway. What better way to keep everyone happy and make a truly positive difference in the world?

Do you know of a business that may be interested in looking at offsetting their overhead? Are you looking to earn some extra money? Do you want to save the life of a child? If you answered yes to any of these, then, we need to talk. Post a comment, give me a call or send me an email. This is what I do.

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Do You Give A Fish?

Ever heard the English proverb, "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime?" Well, that works out great if the man lives near a stream with a good supply of fish. But, what if the man lives smack in the middle of dry land? Or, what if he is too sick to fish?
I teach people how to fish for the man who cannot fish for himself.

Imagine a perpetual feeding machine that generates the right amount of nourishment needed on a daily basis and provides it. Now,  picture yourself sending off life-saving meals today, without ever leaving your home to go to the post office, and receiving a check in the maill next week for doing nothing more than getting a few people together to do the very same thing? What if that happened month after month?

 A cause worth joining is a cause worth telling people about. 

Did you know that 18,000 people die every day because of starvation? There is a solution. We have it. This is my cause and I am proud to say that out-loud. I am a Social Entrepreneur. What are you?

"Social entrepreneurs are not content just to give a fish or teach how to fish. They will not rest until they have revolutionized the fishing industry."                                                                  Bill Drayton, CEO, chair and founder of Ashoka