1 out of 5 Filipinos are now hungry because of the pandemic.
The lockdown left farmers and fisherfolks in rural Philippines without a source of income
Hunger is happening all over the world and is expected to kill more than COVID.
*SWS survey conducted in September 2020
Feed Back is an 8-week vegetable exchange.
Families who join
- plant vegetables in their backyard
- bring 3 vegetables to the market
- take home a basket for 20+ vegetables, enough for 3-4 meals for a family of 4-5
Solves hunger in just 5 weeks
Enables fisherfolks to grow vegetables in their backyards
Creates diversity, abundance and great health
Inspires new ventures
Makes communities happy, united, and stronger
at an investment of $55/family
Feed Back kicked-off in 3 communities in Capiz & Coron
The 1st wave of Feed Back ensured the food, health and income of 953 families, nourished 3,514 lives, and provided over 22,962 meals for those in Bogtong, Borac, Traciano
EVERYONE HAS A ROLE.
IT'S A PARTNERSHIP WITH THE COMMUNITY.
secures the food of 1 family for life
secures the food of 3 families for life
secures the food for 5 families for life
secures the food for an entire neighborhood for life
invest in the creation of a Toolkit that will enable us to secure the food of communities across the Philippines and the rest of the developing world
create a movement for self-sustaining communities, and secure the food of 1 entire community for life
HOW TO INVEST
Send a check payable to "Advancement for Rural Kids, Inc." to:
Advancement for Rural Kids, Inc.
10 East 85th Street
NY, NY 10028
For electronic transfers in the US, please email .
For electronic transfers in the Philippines, please deposit to BPI.
Acct Name: Advancement for Rural Kids Philippines Foundation, Inc.
Acct No.: 3561-0302-26
We are able to accept donations in the form of stock, government (including municipal) debt, and corporate debt.
In the US, ARK is a 501(c)3 organization and your contribution is tax-deductible.
EIN: 30-0559592. In the Philippines, ARK is a SEC non-profit foundation.