"Mil Milagros should feed other kids just as poor as us." ~9 year old Oscar
An anonymous donor is matching all new monthly recurring donations for our project posted on GlobalGiving.org! Please follow this link to visit our project on Global Giving: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/mil-milagros-children/
“You arrived just when I needed you — thank you, Mil Milagros. Now I have my own textbook and my very first toothbrush.”
- $150 – Feed 1 child a nourishing meal every school day for a year
- $300 – Provide the most basic personal hygiene items for 30 children (e.g. soap, shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste, toilet paper)
- $500 – Supply an entire classroom of curious learners with their very own textbooks
- $1,250 – Provide expert nutrition consultation to prevent the onset of malnutrition in 30 babies
- $2,500 – Support out cooking and nutrition instructor to teach our 350 “cooks” — our mother and grandmother volunteers
- $5,000 – Help improve our school “kitchens” so that they are functional and hygienic
- Web Designer – we are looking for a volunteer to re-design our website
- Social Marketing Expertise – develop and execute our online presence
- Capacity Growing Grant – financial support while we develop & grow
- Promotional Opportunities – help spread our story
- Church Outreach Committee – connect us with your church
- Shipping Connections – we are looking for pro-bono shipment of goods to/from Guatemala
If you prefer not to use a credit card but still want to help
the children of Mil Milagros, please send a check to:
Mil Milagros, Inc.
400 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA 02110
Attention: Margaret Blood
Support for Mil Milagros, Inc. is generously provided by both foundations and individuals. Mil Milagros, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions to Mil Milagros are deductible to the extent provided by law.
The goal of Mil Milagros, Inc.™ is to ensure that all children in Guatemala graduate from sixth grade healthy, literate and prepared to continue their education. USAID reports that only 30% of children complete sixth grade. Guatemala has the sixth highest rate of child malnutrition in the world; fifty percent of the children are malnourished. In some Mayan communities, the rate of malnutrition exceeds 90%.