While we’re snapping up daily deals online, some children in the world are struggling to find even a daily meal. That’s why Groupon Singapore has partnered up with the World Food Program (WFP) to take donations for WFP school meals in 14 countries in Asia, including five in Southeast Asia. The group buy company has done this before for US customers.
From today through April 5th, online shoppers in Singapore can buy school meals for these disadvantaged kids on the Groupon site. S$10 is enough to give a child a tummy-filling, brain-powering daily meal every schoolday for four weeks, along with a weekly ration that the kid can take home to the family.
You can find out more on the special WFP school meals page on Groupon, and check out this WFP video about its lunch program in Cambodia:
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