During this challenging time in the world and with schools in Kenya closed, we became concerned that the children who attend both Dream Education Centre and Petals of Africa School might be going hungry. This was a concern of the boards of the schools, too. As the economy imploded, many parents their lost jobs, and out at Petals, heavy rains ruined much of the maize crop, making food shortages acute. There is no social safety net in the county, and parents desperately needed to feed their families. Thanks to generous donors, we have been able to supply basic food rations to the orphans at Petals and to the Dream families in need. The first distribution of food took place at the end of April; the second at the end of May, and the third is scheduled for July 11th. A board member wrote to us, “Because of you, many children were saved from hunger, many housewives were spared desperation quarrels, many orphans have been well fed and have become darlings of their foster/adoptive parents.” Our thanks to all who are helping.