FoodBlessed At The (Mouvement Eucharistique des Jeunes MEJ Champville / MEJ

April 1st, 2018 Posted by News No Comment yet

Hunger Heroes Joya and Shadi gave presentations to Champville students about the value of food in the community and how their involvement could contribute to sustainable and meaningful change in the local community.
NGO civic fairs are important since they allow students to develop their curiosity about the world, extend their understanding and appreciation of both shared values and cultural differences, and strive to effect positive change!
Special thanks to Miss Aya Barakat for the invitation ! It was lovely being part of today’s event.

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About the event:
The (Mouvement Eucharistique des Jeunes MEJ Champville / MEJ) – Champville is organizing a meeting with various organisations devoted to help the Lebanese community in different ways.

The purpose of this meeting is to show our young members (aged 8 to 18) different fields in which they could make a difference in the community. We aim to show our members the importance of the work organisations like Food Blessed are doing in the Lebanese community and make them realize that they can make a difference as well.

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