Feed the Forgotten
75 meals in Nicaragua
Because of a devastating earthquake in 1972 and years of civil war, Nicaragua has been left impoverished. A large group of homeless adults and children live in downtown Managua, the capital city, without food, shelter or medical care. Over the last two years, Covenant has begun to partner with Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church and the N.I.C.E Foundation to bring medical and educational assistance to these people and other in Nicaragua.
Your gift will supply a hot meal of beans, rice and tortillas to 75 children in the homeless feeding center in Nicaragua run by Presbyterian missionary Rev. Matthew Jun. In addition to this nutritious meal, these forgotten children will learn Bible stories and will receive care from the new medical clinic that Rev. Jun is opening.