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  Over the 14 years of L4L's existence, many documented success stories have been collected.

How is the success of L4L measured? Statistics are great at proving the positive change brought to these communities but the real proof lies in the hearts of the children impacted by L4L.

students Most schools actually serve lunch mid-morning because the students come to school hungry. Teachers and principals report that after L4L was implemented and students were fed a nutritious meal, their attention span improved and so did their ability to learn.

A 6th grade education is the difference between a life of poverty and a hope for the future. In L4L sponsored schools, the dropout rate diminishes to almost nothing and the enrollment rate increases, allowing even more children the opportunity for a better life.

But this success goes beyond the children; the impact of this program reaches entire families and strengthens their communities. The schools have become the heart of the communities, where mothers of children who are enrolled come to prepare the meals daily and fathers come to work on projects to improve the school facilities.

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Community Letters

Torrecillas, Moropocay
School: Jose Angel Cerrato
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Principal Letters

Celina Cruz
School: Francisco Morazan
Dilcia Gutierrez
School: Francisco Morazan
Robinson Burgos
School: Tres de Octubre
Dania Torres - Teacher
School: Jardin de Ninos El Porvenir
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Student Letters

Isis Mabel Moreno Bonilla
School: Benito Montoya
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