The Blessing program was designed to provide advanced nutritional support to the world’s most malnourished children.
Getting proper and sufficient nutrients in the first few years of life is critical for proper childhood development. Up to one half of all childhood deaths in the world are related to malnutrition.1 Global relief organizations like Doctors Without Borders have called for the development of nutritionally dense, ready-to-use food products to supply to children in need.
Recent advancements in hydroponically grown vegetables are an example of how modern science can provide new sources of standardized, plant-sourced nutrients that can help children get nutritionally effective levels of essential vitamins and minerals from real food sources.
The Blessing program has impacted more than 240,000 children.
Since 1999 MannaRelief has been providing proper nutritional support to malnourished children all around the world. Over the last 15 years MannaRelief has been able to provide more than 41,700,000 servings of proper nutritional support to over 240,000 children worldwide in nearly 90 countries including Canada, Ecuador, Guatemala, Kenya, Mexico, North Korea, Philippines, Romania, South Africa, and the United States.
Through the Blessing program, children who do not have access to foods filled with nutritious value can receive the vitamins and minerals their diet is lacking and their bodies need. What makes MannaRelief unique is that while most vitamins and supplements are synthetically made, the vitamins MannaRelief provides are made from real food and plants, making them more soluble for the body to absorb.
Through the Blessing program, nutritional support is delivered via mission trips, direct shipments, container drops, and by partnering with more than 800 organizations around the world.
Shipping is available to any address in the United States and Canada. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Please note that rush orders and overseas shipping will incur additional shipping costs.
All active organizations participating in the Blessing program must submit a progress report every six months. Photos of the children are also encouraged.
Download brochures and other materials designed to promote the Blessing program and help fundraise for organizations in need of sponsorship.
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