St. Matthew > World Hunger Drive Donation Guide

Thank you for your interest in making a donation to the Monsignor McSweeney Hunger Drive! 

Our donation guide provides a detailed breakdown of how your contributions directly impact the lives of those in need. It shows the cost to feed a child for a year, the cost of bulk rice and beans, the cost of education, and more. This way, you can see exactly how your generosity makes a difference. To make a donation, click on the button below to be directed to the donation page.

  • Food & Critical Supplies

    • $120 will feed a child in Haiti for one year.

  • Bulk Rice and Beans

    • Bulk rice:

      • $140 pays for 350 lbs. (2,800 meals); $275 pays for 700 lbs. (5,600 meals); $950 pays for one pallet/2,400 lbs. (16,800 meals)

    • Bulk beans:

      • $128 pays for 200 lbs.; $256 pays for 400 lbs.; $1,536 pays for one pallet ~ 2,400 lbs.

  • Education

    • Monetary donations to education will go toward the St. Marc School in Tremesse, and the trade school expansion (sewing and agriculture). This includes education, books, annual medical exams, and food. 

      • A $40.00 donation covers one child for one month. $80.00 (2 months), $120.00 (3 months), $240.00 (6 months), $480.00 (1 child for a year).

  • Agricultural Sustainability

    • Give a donation to support agricultural sustainability by funding the purchase of chickens, livestock, and feed to provide for long-term needs. 

      • a $225 donation will fund the purchase of five 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.

  • General Donation

    • Give a general donation to be used 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.

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