ARK partners with rural communities to develop solutions to improve the health and education of impoverished kids in the developing world, starting in the Philippines.
ARK's keystone $15/kid/year Feeding Program gets rural kids, who would otherwise drop out of school by the age of 10, to stay in school; and helps them fight hunger and malnutrition.
$15 buys one kid a nutritious lunch of protein and vegetables sourced from parents and other villagers for a whole year!
For the cost of a lunch in New York City, you can feed one rural kid for a year and keep her/him in school.
And you can make an incredible impact on the lives of these kids and their communities.
ARK is a New York-based, 501c(3), all-volunteer non-profit.
ARK currently sponsors 1,260+ students and partners with 700+ parents and teachers in four elementary schools in Dumarao, Capiz, Philippines.