Annual Bake Sale for Separated Migrant Children a Success

Fed Up Movement raised money to benefit the Nora Sandigo Children Foundation
By: Fed Up Movement
LAKE WORTH, Fla. - Sept. 30, 2019 - PRLog -- Fed Up Movement and the Foundation for Development of Urban Poor (FDUP) recently hosted the second annual "Bake Sale For Separated Children." The event was held at Advanced Children's Therapy in Lake Worth in August. The proceeds went towards preventing the separation of migrant families through the Nora Sandigo Children Foundation in Miami.

The Nora Sandigo Children Foundation aims to prevent "immigration orphans" or children whose undocumented parents have been deported from the US from being adopted and separated from their families.

The original goal of the bake sale was to raise enough money to buy an industrial stove to be able to cook large amounts of meals for the children and families of the Nora Sandigo Children Foundation. Donors were able to purchase baked goods or send donations via Cash App. The event was such a success that the Nora Sandigo Children Foundation was also able to obtain two large refrigerators, a sink, storage, and a large stainless steel table for food preparation.

"We're thrilled to have been able to reach our goal, then surpass it, and provide an incredible organization with the ability to continue to provide quality meals to families in need," said Attiyya Atkins, founder of Fed Up Movement.

Fed Up Movement is an organization dedicated to helping the urban poor reach previously unattainable levels of success through mentorship and civic participation. For more information, visit

For more information about the Nora Sandigo Children Foundation, visit their website at

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