This project is now closed.  Any additional donations will go towards future feeding projects.  Please see the bottom of this page for an update on our impact.

With the Belizean economy being severely impacted by the COVID19 pandemic, I have observed a stark difference in the number of Belizean families and individuals who are unemployed, hungry and are resorting to desperate measures in order to feed their families. Belize has always been a poor country with limited resources to provide substantial social assistance to all those in need. Due to COVID, these conditions have been exacerbated due to huge spikes in unemployment, poverty and loss of national income. It is quite common these days to hear the desperation in the voices of many Belizeans, many of whom were gainfully employed before the pandemic. I have noticed and been approached by many who have turned to begging for food to feed their families. I believe that raising funds to provide essential food services for these families would not only give these people who have fallen on hard times a sense of dignity but also give them the means to sustain themselves and their families. A small donation would make a huge difference in the lives of many Belizean Families. A US $13 can help feed a person for about two weeks.  Thank you for your generous support in making a difference in the lives of Belize City residents.
Kahlil is a Believe in Belize Partners Program Manager.  His profile could be found at this page  If you would like additional information, please contact him at
As a US based 501c3 charitable organization, tax deductibility of donations to Believe in Belize are based on US laws.  100% of what is donated (minus 3rd party charges, e.g. credit card processing fees) goes towards this project.
Thank you in advance for your generous support.
We were able to raise US $1,040 from Facebook and other sources so during June 2021 we packaged 80 bags.  40 were given to Open Door Believers Chapel and 40 to Trinity Methodist Primary School.  These two organizations gave a bag to their neediest parishioners and students, respectively.
We would like to thank Kahlil, our Partners Program Manager and his friends, Shane Rodriguez and Norris Gordon, for packaging and distributing the bags.
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