This year's Feast -- 8th Annual
Sunday July 5th, 2015
*new this year* online ticket sales
Feast Inc. is a non-profit children’s charity based in Souris, Prince
Edward Island. It supports local and global initiatives whose goals are
to improve the lives of children in our world. Some of the beneficiaries
are Farmers helping Farmers which builds school cookhouses in Kenya,
Africa, on behalf of Village Feast, the Souris Food Bank, Coats for
Kids, and Main Street Family Resource Centre's Young Mothers cooking
The official opening of the cookhouse of Marinya-A-Ruibi (2012 cookhouse), with headmaster William Karema Center, Ilse Peters Ching Left and Jolyne Sharkey Rt. Headmaster William Karema, Jolyne Sharkey, Teresa Mellish, Ilse Peters Ching, and Jennifer Morogocho, Farmers Helping Farmers liaison with the stainless steel cookers cooking up githeri. Ilse and Jolyne attending the official opening of Mitoome, which was the 2013-funded cookhouse.
Village Feast Helps Build a Fifth Cookhouse In Kenya!
Souris Village Feast vice chair Alan MacPhee writes a $10,000 cheque to Teresa Mellish, coordinator of Farmers helping Farmers. The money will be used to build a fifth school cookhouse in rural Kenya. Although the Village Feast goal is one cookhouse annually, this cookhouse uses surplus funds raised from previous Feast years and will be the second one this year. Village Feast Inc. is a non-profit children's charity based in Souris, Prince Edward Island. It supports local and global initiatives whose goals are to improve the lives of children in our world.
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