One in three preschool-aged children in the developing world suffers from undernourishment. These children have a greater risk of death and face impaired immune systems and poorer cognitive development as adults (International Food Policy Research Institute). Of the 158 million malnourished children worldwide, half live in South Asia alone (UNICEF).
Our Miracle Milk program improves the health of children living in extreme poverty. Many have HIV, others physical disabilities. But none receive the nourishment their bodies need. We distribute milk combined with Miracle-mix, as well as protein-rich snacks or meals to these children. We end each session with a Bible lesson.
What is Miracle-mix?
A mixture of ground peanuts, corn, rice, and moringa leaves. It provides a wealth of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, calcium, protein, potassium, antioxidants, and amino acids to those who need it most.
Because of our Miracle Milk program sponsors, more children live—and hope in Christ.
How will your sponsorship help?
Your financial commitment will keep our Miracle Milk program active. Your gifts will pay for the milk, Miracle-mix, and snacks we provide.
Will you receive updates?
You will receive three updates a year about the children in our program worldwide.
Partner with us!
Sponsor the children of Miracle Milk through a $10/month program sponsorship.
Our Miracle Milk Locations
In parts of South Asia, thousands of children have registered as HIV-positive, yet few orphanages accept them. When a caretaker leaves a child at an HIV center, more times than not, they do not return for the child, nor do they visit. At government-run orphanages, sick children receive a cup of tea with their medication. Their symptoms become fatal, fast.
Our Miracle Milk program in South Asia makes a difference in the lives of HIV-positive orphans. Six days a week, we distribute milk combined with Miracle-mix and a protein-rich snack at a government-run orphanage. Through songs, games, prayer, and Bible stories, over 70 children learn about Christ’s love.
Thanks to our sponsors, the orphanage’s death rate has slowed, and our program has expanded. Now, we provide the same care to girls at a home for the hearing-impaired.
Most children in the Cerro Grande community have little, if anything, for breakfast at home. At Siembra y Cosecha, school-aged children receive two meals a day. But both lack nutritional value. Without energy, students struggle to stay awake in class. In the evenings, their parents feed them. But with little protein, these dinners alone cannot sustain them. They become malnourished. And many experience delayed development.
Our Miracle Milk program in Mexico gives these children the nourishment their bodies need. On school days, we distribute milk combined with cocoa powder, bananas, and Miracle-mix to Siembra y Cosecha students. In the summers, we provide the milk combination along with eggs, sausage, and tortillas. Our sessions end with a Bible lesson. Throughout the year, students bring their younger siblings.