Christadelphian Meal-a-Day Fund of the Americas
Christadelphian Meal-a-Day Fund (CMaD) has been a successful charitable organization operating from the United Kingdom for more than 30 years, serving many needs in Africa and India, as well as a few in South America.
Recently we were asked to replicate this good work in the Americas…to do an effective job of raising money in North America, and to identify and serve additional worthy international charitable needs in Latin American and Caribbean countries. Click here to find out how you can contribute.
How Meal-A-Day helps Donors
Here is a short article on how the money you give us is spent to help those in need
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Charitable status in Canada
CMaDFA is happy to announce that by God’s grace our application for charitable status in Canada has been approved by the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) and we are now in a position to provide Canadian receipting for donations.
Read the announcement here
Building in Nicaragua, Summer 2014
A team of Christadelphian and CoGaF members, primarily young adults, are going to Nicaragua from July 26 to August 23 to help Habitat for Humanity build houses for the materially poor. Check out the Nicaragua Build page for more info.
Building in Joplin, Missouri, Summer 2014
From June 15-21, 2014 a team of 20 volunteers will work in Joplin, Missouri to repair damage from the devastating tornado that hit that city on May 22 of 2011. Check out the Joplin Build page for more info.
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A Creative Idea
In two months, one small ecclesia raised $167 for CMaDFA just by collecting spare change in this box. If 100 North American ecclesias did this all year long, it would cover more than half the annual cost of an orphanage for 45 severely abused children in Colombia. Working together even in this small way, we can share our blessings and make a meaningful difference for some of our poorest neighbors.