We’re so happy you've joined us to watch our brand new film, the inspirational and uplifting ... Love Reaches Everywhere, featuring Hollywood actor Gerard Butler.

We’re proud to have the chance to invite you on this heartwarming adventure, to find out what happened when Gerard swapped the bright lights of Hollywood for classrooms in Haiti and Liberia. Through our film, you can travel with him as he meets some of the real-life heroes at the very heart of Mary's Meals.

We hope you enjoy Love Reaches Everywhere as much as we do!

Please note this film was created before the Covid-19 pandemic – read below to find out how we are continuing to feed children during this crisis.

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By sharing the film far and wide, you will welcome more people into the Mary’s Meals family – and together, we can reach even more hungry children with nutritious school meals, helping them trust in a better tomorrow.

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Share with family and friends

Share a link to the film with your friends and family by email or Whatsapp. And you can use our suggested discussion questions to inspire a bit of chat afterwards, too!

Use the hashtag on social media

Spread the word on social media using the hashtag #LoveReachesEverywhere

Get a ‘Love Reaches Everywhere’ T-Shirt

Every supporter who commits to either a monthly recurring donation of $20+  or a one-time donation of $1000+ will receive a ‘Love Reaches Everywhere’ t-shirt as a gift from us and the children you are committing to provide a daily meal in a place of education for a whole school year.


Our response to Covid-19 in Haiti and Liberia

As Covid-19 causes fear and uncertainty around the world, our work in countries like Liberia and Haiti is more important than ever.

While schools are closed, we’re working with local communities to ensure families can continue to feed their children at home.

In Haiti, parents in areas including Gonaïves, Port-au-Prince, Mirebalais and Hinche have been invited to collect emergency food parcels from their children’s schools, maintaining social distancing and hand washing as part of the collection process.

A carefully constructed plan to provide all children in our Liberia program with food at home is also in place. Community volunteers are organizing the distribution of food parcels to the families of children who would normally receive Mary’s Meals at school.

Your support helps us to continue our life-changing work in these unprecedented times.

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