The richly-talented student choral community
of Princeton, New Jersey has donated this music to benefit some of the worldís neediest children via the World Food Program (WFP), the United Nationsí frontline agency in the fight against global hunger. The bulk of WFPís operations are focused in sub-Saharan Africa.

All proceeds from this effort will go directly to the WFPís School Feeding program, one that helps in two ways: it reduces hunger and improves education. In poor countries, the burden often falls on children to help their families make a living. This means they donít have the time, the economic means, or the energy to attend school. For a child suffering from hunger, going to school is less important than having enough food to eat. WFP provides school meals to help offset the loss of the childís contribution to the familyís livelihood.

A food incentive helps convince parents that they can afford to allow their children to go and to stay in school. The promise of at least one nutritious meal each day attracts children to school, boosts enrollment, promotes regular attendance, and enhances student performance.

To buy the 2008 CD
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The CD is also available at the Princeton University Store.

To learn more about the School Feeding programs, see See how you can help at

Thank you.

Tom Meagher
on behalf of A Princeton Christmas

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