0130 – Dagama Handicapped Student Meals – Zambia

Project 0130

Food in Zambia

Dagama Handicapped Student Meals

Donate to help transform lives


In Zambia, the Franciscan Missionaries Sisters of Assisi founded the Dagama School for the Physically Disabled to give handicapped children opportunities for success.

The school gives poor disabled children the chance to rise above the stigmatization of their society by providing education, nutrition, medical care, physical therapies and the love and acceptance of Christ. Will you help the sisters serve and educate these precious students? Your gift will provide daily meals and equip children for a future filled with hope!

Our Global Work

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Financial Accountability

At Cross Catholic, we meticulously honor the intent of our donors. All proceeds are restricted for the specific project for which they are raised. In that rare event that more funds are received than are required for a specific project, the additional funds will be used to meet the most urgent needs.

Fundraising & Administrative Expenses 4.62%
More than 95 percent of all organizational expenses, including donated goods, went directly to programs that help the poor.
Audited Financials FY2021

When you select an aid project, your donation to that project will be used to cover any expenditures for the project incurred through June 30, 2023, the close of our ministry's fiscal year. In the event that more funds are raised than needed to fully fund the project, the excess funds, if any, will be used to meet the most urgent needs of the ministry.