Life2Orphans Food Project

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Food For Thought

For the price of a combo meal at a fast food
restaurant, you can provide supplemental feedings
for a child for an entire month.


Order Nestle Food

Shipped Directly To The Orphanages

NOTE: The cut-off dates for sending in donations for our Quarterly food orders are: Jan 31, Apr 30, July 31, and Oct 31.
Orders will be placed as early as possible after these dates.
Once the order is placed with Nestle, expected delivery is within 6 to 8 weeks.



Nestle formula being enjoyed in Antoshka

Item Price Quantity Amount
Nestle Nestogen Baby Formula
(400g powder x 24 units)
Note: This amount of formula will provide 10 children with 2 supplemental feedings a day for a full month.
$53.00 $ --
Nestle Baby Juice/Multivitamin Nectar
(200ml x 72 units)
Note: This amount of juice will provide a 3/4 cup serving daily to 2-3 children for a full month.
$56.50 $ --
Nestle Baby Cereal (250g x 12 units)
Note: This amount of baby cereal will provide a little more than a 1/3 cup serving to one child for a full month.
$19.50 $ --
Clinutren Junior (400g)
Note: In order to provide nutritional support to the severely malnourished children, at 200 ml per day, 3-4 cans per child/month is required. At this time Clinutren Junior is only available for the orphanages with at risk/special needs children (Antoshka, Kharkiv Orphanage #1, Khmelnytsky, Kremenchuk and Torez).
$6.50 $ --
Total Amount $ --


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Make A Project Donation

By Check

Mail to:
Life2Orphans
Feed A Child For A Month
11876 NW Tyler Court
Portland, Oregon 97229


Through PayPal.com
(amount includes PayPal fees)
Feed A Child For A Month $5.42/mo
Cost includes PayPal credit card processing fees

Orphanage:




  • Insufficient Nutrition
On a recent visit to the Antoshka orphanage a Peace Corp volunteer estimated that the babies are receiving 50% of the minimum required daily nutrients, which means that they do not receive proper nutrition.
  • Low Weight
Children aged 2 years typically weigh between 14 and 16 pounds (as compared with 28 pounds at the 50th percentile). Babies are bald, with skinny legs and distended tummies associated with malnutrition.
  • Rickets
This is common due to lack of vitamin D. No milk and not enough sunshine.
  • Not Enough Formula
The babies receive a minimal number of baby formula feeds a day and their diet is then supplemented with sugar water mix and mashed potato. Only babies under 4 months receive baby formula.
  • No Meat, Dairy Or Juice
The children are fed a staple diet of bread, potato, soup and tea. Children aged 7 years interviewed at the Roschitsa Orphanage had never seen ice cream or a banana.
  • Misdiagnosed
Babies have been misdiagnosed due to lack of thriving.



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