blt kitchen

Now serving 1,000 meals a day!

When we established The MEALenium Project in May 2015, our goal was to be able to serve 1,000 meals per month for the malnourished children in the Payatas community. We are very happy that from our initial 25-30 children beneficiaries, our partners helped us expand to 600 beneficiaries and now to 1,000 beneficiaries. As we were able to obtain additional funding for the feeding program, we would also be able to reach more children in the community. These 1,000 beneficiaries were identified…

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1000 meals

MANILA, Philippines — Teenagers leading The MEALenium Project partnered with various stakeholders to push for a school-based feeding initiative for undernourished children. The MEALenium Project co-founders Joshua Emmanuel Tan and Philip Sebastian Belmonte signed an agreement with  Jollibee Group Foundation, Department of Education Quezon City Schools Division and Lupang Pangako Elementary School to benefit close to 600 malnourished public  elementary students. The new partners recently formalized the agreement for the first Busog, Lusog, Talino (BLT) Kitchen for the DepEd’s school-based feeding…

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July 2016 Update – Lupang Pangako Elementary Kitchen

From feeding 30 kids to 600! We are happy to share with you that The MEALenium Project has partnered with Jollibee Group Foundation (JGF), the Quezon City DepEd Division and the local government to build a Busog Lusog Talino (BLT) Kitchen in Lupang Pangako Elementary in Payatas, Q.C. Our BLT Kitchen Objectives: We endeavor to provide standards on menu, food production, safety and cleanliness. The model aims to provide quality and nutritious food for over 570 school children with less time…

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