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School children rejoice at the opening of the Jean Marie Guilloux primary and secondary school in downtown Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, one of the four schools destroyed during the earthquake and rebuilt by Food for The Poor.


This is your opportunity to change the world! From elementary to college, we have resources to help students, teachers and administrators fund a project that will help the poor and provide an educational, rewarding experience for your school. No gift is too small; no idea is too big!

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CSCD schools in the News

Young Golfer Uses Skills on the Greens to Help the Poor

Rafe also cares deeply about the plight of the poor. He was inspired to help the poor of Haiti when his class visited Food For The Poor’s headquarters in Coconut Creek last month.

GM Cares to Make a Difference

On Sept. 28, on the campus of Saint Andrew’s School in Boca Raton, Fla., a dozen General Motors employees will volunteer with students from the school to build a replica of homes given to families in need in Jamaica by Food For The Poor.

St. Joseph's 5th-graders Raise $3,400 to Build Family a Home

The 20 students started their fifth grade at St. Joseph's School with a goal in mind -- to raise enough money to build a house for children in need. The house would be built in either Haiti or Jamaica; they didn't care which. But they knew that whoever received it would be someone in desperate need, and they wanted to help.