"Give Ye Them To Eat" (GYTTE) was founded in 1977 as a social outreach project of the Methodist Church of Mexico to combat hunger and poverty in the rural sector. The purpose of the "Give Ye Them to Eat" program (GYTTE) is to strengthen the capabilities of marginalized people and communities to meet their basic needs, and to determine and sustain a just and integrated development process. Participatory methods and development tools are used to create conditions in which change can take place from within the communities. GYTTE uses people-centered approaches to development.

Funding is needed to host courses and classes at GYTTE's "Tree of Life" Training Center. Workshops are also offered on location in the village communities.


This is a video about GYTTE program made by our friend Jack Meyer, we invite you to watch it:









This is a video detailing the mission trip by Chapelwood United Methodist Church to the "Give Ye Them To Eat" mission in Tlancualpican, Mexico in November 2010 - By Carlton Cole.