What we do
Mary’s Meals provides life-changing school meals to children living in some of the world’s poorest communities. The promise of a good meal brings hungry children into the classroom, where they can gain an education and better opportunities for the future. Our meals make it possible for hungry children to come to school and give them the energy they need to concentrate and participate in class.
We are already serving 2,429,182 children every school day – and, together, we can reach the next hungry child waiting for Mary’s Meals. It costs just £19.15 to provide a child with meals in a place of education for a whole school year.
Latest news and updates
Find out more about the work we do through articles and case studies from around the world.
Breaking the cycle of generational poverty in Zimbabwe
Zero Hunger: how it happened
Providing A Safe Space For Women
Collaborating amid chaos: A first-hand account from Aleppo
A Ray of Hope in Aleppo
“A new disaster is unfolding... people have lost everything”
It costs just £19.15 to feed a child in a place of education for a whole school year.
Please give what you can today.
Where we work
Mary's Meals works in 18 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and the Middle East. Learn more about our global school feeding programme and the challenges faced by the communities we serve.
There are so many ways to support our work to bring life-changing meals to children in school. Explore some of the ways you can get involved and make a difference.
Become a regular giver
These tireless, generous people generate funds to put food on plates for vulnerable children across the globe every school day. Each of their efforts is inspirational – from a child with pocket money to donate to charity, to fundraising events involving entire communities. Your actions can make a real and lasting change to the lives of children living in some of the poorest countries in the world.
Work for us
We're now serving 2,429,182 children every school day.
But 67 million primary school-age children are out of school around the world. Even for those attending school, hunger is one of the biggest barriers to concentration and learning.