She lost two meals a day when schools shut down for COVID-19.

But you can give them back to her.

In the slum schools of Kenya, children depend on eating two meals a day at our partner schools. When schools closed, they lost a main source of food.

Will you give a monthly food bundle to a student's family to help fight off starvation?

People in these communities live on less than $1.90/day, and now because of lockdowns, even that small amount of income has been cut off or taken a big hit... yet these parents need to feed their children 2 extra meals a day.

It’s a tragic plight.

Magdaline Oguto

Co-founder and director of Mathare Community Outreach, Bright Hope’s primary partner in the Mathare slum.

“Children don’t even understand. They know there’s COVID, but when they’re hungry—they’re hungry.” 



2 kg (4.4. lbs)


2 kg (4.4. lbs)


4 kg (8.8 lbs)


2 kg (4.4 lbs)

“I was the one in charge of distributing food to the parents. We packed enough food for them—rice, maize, beans—which is enough to take them for almost three weeks. The parents are so happy, they all wished you well.”



Seeds for Haiti


Many Haitian people know what extreme poverty looks like; they live it every day. But now they are in danger of facing yet another disaster – food shortages! Bright Hope’s Haitian church partners have chosen to take a proactive approach rather than risk thousands of people going without food. We are committed to help by supplying extra seeds and water for irrigation. These provisions should increase the production of some 635 farmers by 40 to 50%. This increase is projected to impact over 3,000 people across six communities with food assurance despite the coming shortages.

We need your help!  Please consider a gift of $40 to supply one farmer with seeds and water.


The Bright Hope Promise

Bright Hope is a registered 501(c)(3) charity, and a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. We have been engaging the local church around the world for more than 45 years in the global fight against extreme poverty in their communities. We are committed to helping the extreme poor with the most effective and efficient methods, and we promise to treat every penny donated as if God, Himself, gave it to us.