In good times these women and their children survive on as little as $1.90 a day. Now with the pandemic to contend with, the future of these families looks bleaker than ever before. The fear of disease is keeping employers unwilling to re-open; the well-to-do won't allow domestic help to enter their homes. Many of these widows are disabled. Unlike America, most Indian citizens have no government safety net to fall back on. It's even worse for widows; help from the outside is their only hope...
During the Covid lockdown, FNF joined us in sending emergency food packages to the starving widows and their communities. It was a lifesaver, for sure, but only for the short term. Dotti Ackerman, Founder and Director of FNF, and a Kersuomen board member, joined the rest of the KGM Board praying for an answer.
As always, God's plan is so much bigger than we imagine.
We think BAG of food. He says BUILD a business.God doesn't want to provide food for a day, a week or even a month. No, He offers us the blessing of joining Him in a transformational mission: providing food and income for entire communities. Creating businesses that will last generations.