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Philanthropy

We are committed to giving back to those in need, and have partnered with several organizations. 

Mary's Meals

$19.50 Can Feed A Child for A Whole Year. Consider Donating Today 

Donate to Mary's Meals 

In an effort to end hunger and encourage education, we have partnered with Mary’s Meals, an international movement that sets up school feeding projects in communities where poverty and hunger prevent children from gaining an education. Mary's Meals is a simple idea that works –  by providing a daily meal in a place of education, chronically poor children are attracted to the classroom where they can gain a basic education that provides an escape route from poverty.

This year, our company has provided funding for the 194 students enrolled at Keita Primary School in the township of Gola Kannah, Liberia to receive a daily nutritious meal at school.

Food for the Poor
 
As a Champion for the Poor, we are a proud supporter of Food for the Poor  – the largest international relief and development organization in the United States. In addition to feeding hundreds of thousands of people each day in 17 countries throughout the Caribbean and Latin America, Food for the Poor provides housing, healthcare, education, fresh water, emergency relief, and micro-enterprise assistance.

St. Joseph's Orphanage
In a desire to help the poorest of the poor, we support St. Joseph's Orphanage of Durgi, India, where Father Joseph houses, feeds, and provides education for over 40 orphaned or abandoned boys. We assist in repairs to the facilities and in providing clothes, supplies, and furniture. To learn how you can help more, contact us at info@montebene.com with the subject "St. Joseph's Orphanage." 

 

"For it is in giving, that we receive." - Saint Francis of Assisi