Three square meals a day is touted by the FDA nutritionists as necessary to a person’s health and wellbeing. For most of us in America when we skip a meal it is at our own instigation, because we haven’t got time, because we’re dieting, because we were so busy we just plain forgot. In Mexico, the people are not nearly so fortunate as we.
Tijuana, Mexico, is a border city next to San Diego, and many thousands of people from all over Mexico come to Tijuana in search of jobs. Many are turned away because there simply isn’t enough work to go around. These people have nowhere else to go. The families are then forced to live in the streets. Many make their homes out of plastic bags, cardboard, or any other material they can find. For these displaced homeless people, even one meal a day would be beyond wonderful.
Several churches and centers provide daily meals for these souls who would starve to death otherwise. We want to reach out to these men, women, and children and not only provide them food, but also share the love of Christ. Please partner with us in supporting the feeding kitchens in Mexico.
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