RESCUING MALNOURISHED BABIES

SPONSOR A BABY

100% of the 2ndMilk sponsorships go directly to saving the lives of the most vulnerable babies living in developing countries.

Our plan is to restore malnourished babies back to health, teach them about the love of Jesus, and provide them with the best education possible in order to raise the next generation of leaders in each nation.

WHO WE ARE

About 2ndMilk

Other organizations have said that providing nutrition for malnourished babies in developing nations is too hard and too expensive. Because of this, the mortality rate below the age of 2 is very high. 2ndMilk is a 501c3 that is committed to saving the lives of malnourished and orphaned babies in third world countries around the globe. Whether they’ve been impacted by maternal mortality or other life-threatening circumstances, 2ndMilk provides critical nutritional assistance through baby formula and nutritional education for acute malnourished babies that are facing immediate starvation and death. This allows us to meet a need that others are not currently addressing.

WHAT WE DO

2ndMilk Programs

01

BABY FORMULA

2ndMilk provides powdered formula to orphaned babies that have lost their mothers or do not have access to breast milk.

02

SHARING THE GOSPEL

The 2ndMilk program is centered around sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ, discipling those that know Jesus and preparing this next generation to lead their communities to Spiritual Freedom.

03

NUTRITIONAL EDUCATION

2ndMilk has a team of nutritionists that continually teach the local communities about proper education for their children living in the villages.

04

ACADEMIC EDUCATION

2ndMilk provides private education to the babies after they turn 5 years of age

05

CHICKEN HOUSES

2ndMilk builds small chicken farms that help create local protein, local jobs, and creates sustainable income used for private education of the orphans.

WHY WE DO IT

Our Mission

To provide healthy nutrition to the most vulnerable, malnourished babies in developing countries and to educate the next generation of godly leaders around the world, in order to break the cycle of poverty in their life.

Malawi

Kenya

Uganda

Ghana

“When you did it to one of the least of these…you were doing it to Me!”

Matthew 25:40

Sponsor

New Babies

5 of 5 Sponsorships Available

Angella James

Angella James Baby Formula Sponsorship

Angella was born on April 1, 2021.  She is 4 months old joining our program and only 11 lbs.  She is from Nsundwe feeding center.  Her mother, Ivy, died in July.  She was complaining of a headache and she went to the hospital but the headache was persistent.  Then she had stomach pains and she was given medicaiton at the hospital but she did not get better. In July, she again went to the hospital and was diagnosed with ulcers and was admitted.  She ended up dying at the hospital 3 days later.  The doctors said the ulcers had spread fro the stomach to the chest and it was too late to save her.  

Currently the baby is stayin gwith her aunt who has 2 children of her own.  At first, the aunt was doing a business selling tomatoes but taking care of the baby has stopped her from making the distance to the market because it's too far to manage riding a bicycle and carrying the baby and basket of tomatoes won't work.  Her husband is doing piece work but can't manage to feed the family and buy formula and other necessities for the baby.  Their children also go to school so there are a lot of things they need as well.  The father of the baby is alive and helps whenever he has a little something to give.  Angella has 2 siblings who are staying with their granny and they also go to school and lack school fees along with other needs.  

Would you sponsor baby Angella?

Sponsor
5 of 5 Sponsorships Available

Angella James

Angella James Baby Formula Sponsorship

Angella was born on April 1, 2021.  She is 4 months old joining our program and only 11 lbs.  She is from Nsundwe feeding center.  Her mother, Ivy, died in July.  She was complaining of a headache and she went to the hospital but the headache was persistent.  Then she had stomach pains and she was given medicaiton at the hospital but she did not get better. In July, she again went to the hospital and was diagnosed with ulcers and was admitted.  She ended up dying at the hospital 3 days later.  The doctors said the ulcers had spread fro the stomach to the chest and it was too late to save her.  

Currently the baby is stayin gwith her aunt who has 2 children of her own.  At first, the aunt was doing a business selling tomatoes but taking care of the baby has stopped her from making the distance to the market because it's too far to manage riding a bicycle and carrying the baby and basket of tomatoes won't work.  Her husband is doing piece work but can't manage to feed the family and buy formula and other necessities for the baby.  Their children also go to school so there are a lot of things they need as well.  The father of the baby is alive and helps whenever he has a little something to give.  Angella has 2 siblings who are staying with their granny and they also go to school and lack school fees along with other needs.  

Would you sponsor baby Angella?

Sponsor

WHAT WE’VE ACCOMPLISHED

Our Impact

1.5 million

BOTTLES OF MILK

800

BABIES

over 100

VILLAGES

HOW WE GET IT DONE

Our Team

jason Carney

jason Carney

President

Lacey Carney

Lacey Carney

CFO

Lone Zgangani Chinkhuntha

Lone Zgangani Chinkhuntha

Director

Hannah Mtaza

Hannah Mtaza

Nutritionist

Gift Mangani

Gift Mangani

Finance Officer

Maggie Chitete

Maggie Chitete

Nutrition Assistant

US Headquarters
Springdale, Arkansas

Malawi Headquarters
Lilongwe, Malawi Africa

info@2ndmilk.org