In Mexico, I volunteered with the Huellas de Pan. Huellas de Pan is a non-profit Civil Association that works to provide food security, providing nutritious food to vulnerable people in the urban area of Cancun, generating opportunities that contribute to people sustaining themselves.
As a volunteer, we traveled to four different resort locations, all owned by Oasis, and collected their leftover buffet offerings. We then returned back to Huellas de Pan and served the food to the elderly and 50+ students.
Huellas de Pan believes that children cannot perform well in school on an empty stomach. The organization does not want to be viewed as a venue for "freebies," so they require the students to maintain their grades above a 7 out of 10.