World Soy Foundation nourishes 13,895 people with 1,266 bags of soybeans
The World Soy Foundation recently received an exciting update from the field that emphasizes how the power of soy is helping children. The World Soy Foundation provided 1,266 bags of soybeans to Food for the Poor and partners in Guatemala where the soybeans nourished 13,895 people, including kids like Hector and his classmates.
Hector lives in a hardworking and remote farming community where the children’s education is getting a boost from soybeans. Recognizing that children need proper nutrition to learn as well as grow, Food for the Poor helped the community install a small processing machine to make soy milk and other foods for the children from the soybeans.
In addition to Hector, beneficiaries of the soybeans ranged from orphanages to a vocational school for 1200 boys. With your support, the World Soy Foundation can reach even more children. Donate the value of ONE ACRE OF SOYBEANS today---Your gift today will make a significant impact in the lives of children and families as the World Soy Foundation strives to reduce malnutrition through the power of soy. Join the Acre Challenge and give the gift of protein today!
What Does a SoyCow Do? She Can't Moo.
Let your colleagues, friends and family see the power of soy through a light-hearted, short YouTube video "What Does a SoyCow Do? She Can't Moo. Inspired by a Dr. Seuss story, the upbeat video showcases how the World Soy Foundation helps children grow, learn, play and become leaders in their communities. Stainless steel processors, called SoyCows, are one of the multiple tools that the World Soy Foundation uses to reduce malnutrition through the power of soy. You can help educate others by sharing this video and supporting the World Soy Foundation.