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1. If I purchase a bottle of Sozo Wine what will I do for others?
Each Sozo product has a medallion on the label which specifies the number of meals provided. For example, a “5 Lives” product contributes 5 meals for orphans, widows or homeless people who lack basic needs. A “25 Lives” product supplies 25 meals.
2. How does Sozo provide for the needs of the poor?
Sozo partners with not-for-profit organizations who are actively working to provide for the basic needs of others. The money received from product sales is distributed to these organizations by the Sozo Foundation. The work of the Sozo Foundation is to distribute money and monitor results.
3. How can I and my friends feed more people?
Throw a party! Everyone likes a party and when you use Sozo products your party is both fun and meaningful. Your event will provide meals for 25-250 people who lack basic needs and will introduce your guests to helping a cause of your choice.
4. What is the cost of meals for people who lack basic needs?
The Sozo Foundation reimburses at a rate of $.40 per meal. It does so for both domestic and international people with needs. Our research has found that the actual cost to provide a meal for an orphan or widow overseas, or a homeless person in the United States ranges from $.22 to $.38 cents per meal. In almost all examples this cost is subsidized by volunteers who gather, sort, bag and ship or deliver at no charge. Sozo is part of the chain that puts food on the plates of the hungry. See international and domestic examples below:
International Food Programs
Children of The Nations
25 cents per meal, which covers the cost of the ingredients, packaging supplies, and overseas shipping. www.cotni.org
Kids Against Hunger
The average program cost to produce each Kids Against Hunger meal is $0.23 learn more at www.kidsagainsthunger.org
Provides meals for $.20 - $.25 across Africa www.equipeglobal.org
UN World Food Program
$0.25 a cup for porridge, rice or beans www.wfp.org
The meals costs only $.22 per day per child and will include rice, daal (a high-protein pulse), and vegetables. www.childcrynyc.org
United States Food Programs
Texas Food Bank
Food pantries serve over 38,000 children each month at an average cost of 32 cents per meal. www.ntfb.org
Food Lifeline Washington
Annual report 7.4M dollars provided 19.5M meals. $.38 per meal. www.FoodLifeline.org