2021 World Hunger Drive Virtual Coupons

 

Donating to the 2021 Monsignor McSweeney Hunger Drive is easier than ever. Select the coupon that represents where you would like your donation to be applied, determine the amount of your donation and click on that coupon and make your donation.

Give a donation to purchase FOOD and HYGIENE ITEMS.

$100 will feed a child in Haiti for 1 year.

Suggested donation amounts: $25, $30, $50, $1oo, $200, $500, $1,000, or other.

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Give a donation to Purchase BULK RICE or BULK PINTO BEANS.

Suggested donation amounts for Bulk Rice:

$105 pays for 350 lbs. (2800 meals); $210 pays for 700 lbs. (5600 meals); $738 pays for one pallet/2400 lbs. (16,800 meals)

Suggested donation amounts for Bulk Pinto Beans:

$136 pays for 200 lbs.; $272 pays for 400 lbs.; $750 pays for one pallet – 2400 lbs.

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Give a donation to help EDUCATE a Tremesse Haitian Child.

This includes Education, Books, Annual Medical Exam, and Food. A $40.00 donation covers one child for one month.

Suggested donation amounts: $40.00 (1 Month), $80.00 (2 months), $120.00 (3 months), $240.00 (6 months),

$480.00 (1 child for a year) or other. Click on Coupon to donate.

Give a donation to support AGRICULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY by funding the purchase of chickens, livestock and feed to provide for long term needs.

Suggested donation amounts:  $225 donation will fund the purchase of 5 chicken layers and feed for one year, which would provide 1,825 eggs or make a general donation to support all sustainability needs including irrigation and well maintenance.

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Give a donation for use by the WORLD HUNGER DRIVE TEAM to purchase items not fulfilled by other donations.

Your donation will be used for items to support the children and disabled adults cared for by the Missionaries of the Poor in Cap Haitien, Haiti.

Suggested donation amounts: $25, $50, $100, $200,

$300, $500, $1,000, or other.

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Thank you for your gift of love to help the poorest of the poor.