For the human inhabitants of the Galapagos Islands, a World Heritage Site and famous muse of one Charles Darwin, living in harmony with their unique plant and animal neighbors is of utmost importance. One of the biggest obstacles to the conservation of their priceless ecosystem is a dependency on...
Students at Westside Elementary in River Falls, Wis., spent February learning, reading and collecting pledges as part of our first Read to Feed program. Character education is a district-wide goal, and Read to Feed fit perfectly into learning about what it means to be a global citizen.
Coastal residents of Ecuador are still reeling from the earthquake that struck on April 16, killing 662 people, injuring more than 36,000 and leaving about 28,000 in temporary living situations.
Students in the 6thGrade Class at Memorial Elementary School in Hopedale, Mass., report that one of the most memorable projects from elementary school was Read to Feed®.
Columbia Independent School incorporated Read to Feed into their Global Perspectives program last year with a goal of $500 to purchase a cow. The students surpassed that with a final total of $4,610.
The opportunity to be part of the Vida Café Project has served as a catalyst for José and his family to start a thriving business and to enjoy healthier lives as a result.