Magus founded Mary's Meals, a charity that provides nourishment in schools for children in lesser developed countries, which currently feeds more than 650,000 children daily. Last year, Grassroots Films released 'Child 31', a powerful new documentary capturing Mary's Meals' life-changing work in action throughout Malawi, Kenya, and India and its mission to help millions of children around the world realize their dreams.
The organization's efforts were certainly noticed by Pope Francis, who, since inaugurated, has led the fight against poverty. Grassroots Films hopes that 'Child 31' can inspire, not only the Vatican, but the entire world to help provide the thousands of children throughout the world that go on without nourishment and education.
To learn more, visit WhoIsChild31.com and marysmeals.org. To read about Magnus' experience, click here"
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We love volunteers! Volunteers are involved in every bit of Mary’s Meals from helping in our warehouse and shops, fundraising on our behalf, to advising us on organisational development.
Because of volunteers’ dedication and hard work freely given, money donated to Mary’s Meals goes a long way and that means we can feed even more of the world’s poorest children. Time to spare – even a few hours a week – can be a valuable contribution to Mary’s Meals especially when time is so precious. In the countries where we work, we have over 65,000 community volunteers who give their time for free to prepare the Mary’s Meals that children receive every day.
Volunteering can be a good way of plumping up the CV and make you stand out from the crowd in job interviews:
If you are interested in volunteering for Mary’s Meals please have a look at our vacancies at the top right of this page. We always have a need for volunteers! If you think you can help or volunteer in any other way please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0141 336 8978. You can also use the form below for volunteer vacancies.
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It costs a global average of just £10.70 to feed a child for a year.