Bread Brings Education, Health and Hope By, Jessie Manzer on July 5, 2016 “Chawama is Yawama!” shout a group of children outside World Central Kitchen (WCK) in Lusaka, Zambia. Inside, bakers are preparing their daily fresh bread. Aside from their deliciously baked bread, Chawana bakery offers much more. It helps provide children with education and […]
On Saturday March 13th, Meant 2 Live Foundation presented its 7th Splendor event featuring Third Day and Brandon Heath. Our lucky VIP’s for the night were teens from Youth for Tomorrow; an organization dedicated to positive life changes for troubled youth. Youth For Tomorrow is based on spiritual and Godly principals, so the teens were […]
“We are so excited to be apart of what Meant 2 Live is doing with this Splendor event tonight! – It’s making such an impact in our community. Its treating people who are often forgotten, [and] taking them from the streets all the way up to the VIP experience here in Baltimore!” – On-Air personality […]
On Friday, January 29, Meant 2 Live Foundation partnered with Calling All Souls to provide single mothers who are in the midst of life’s overwhelming situations an amazing opportunity to attend Dare To Be with Natalie Grant and pastor Charlotte Gambill!
On Sunday, Dec. 20th, Meant 2 Live Foundation created the experience of a lifetime for twelve members from The Lamb Center, an organization that serves the homeless in Fairfax, VA. Each individual had the special opportunity to go backstage to meet Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith prior to their Christmas performance at the Patriot […]
Amphora Group Launches Change 4 Change Amphora Restaurant & Amphora Diner Deluxe recently kicked off its Change 4 Change campaign and has since raised over $3,000 benefiting Meant 2 Live Foundation’s OZ Project that serves more than 200 orphans with HIV/AIDS and other vulnerable children in Zambia by providing schooling and other services! Click here to read the full […]
Dear Meant to Live Foundation, We are so thankful to God that you chose to sponsor the orphans of Zambia (OZ Project).This means so much to the families, teachers and staff, school children, and all of us who get to see transformation and change in our communities every day here in Zambia. Sometimes the people […]