Success University Feeds 400 Families

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Success University’s 29-year old CEO Matt Morris distributes enough food and hygiene products to feed 400 families.

Success University united with Feed The Children at Reconciliation Outreach in Old East Dallas, TX, on Wednesday, February 22 to feed approximately 400 poverty stricken families. Eighty percent of Old East Dallas’s population is considered below the line of poverty.

“We are very grateful to receive this food from Feed The Children; we feed 125 people everyday, and this truck load will allow us to not only help those here at Reconciliation, but allow us to reach out to the community,” said Carolyn Smith, Financial Administrator and Children’s program director for Reconciliation Outreach Ministry.

Eight hundred boxes of food and hygiene products were delivered to Reconciliation Outreach in an 18 wheeler provided by Feed the Children. Families and their children lined up behind Reconciliation Outreach where they each received a full box of food products and a full box of hygiene products.

“This is the first truck that Success University has sponsored,” said Larry Jones, president and co-founder of Feed The Children. “And it illustrates Success University’s commitment and dedication to helping those in need.”

Since July 2005, Success University has been running a campaign where students may enroll in a 14-day free trial, for only a $2 processing fee, that is donated to Feed The Children. In just a few months they have donated $19,600 dollars to the Feed The Children foundation.

“I have lived the life of poverty, living out of my car and tragedy,” said Success University’s CEO Matt Morris. “I made a promise to myself that as soon as I was fortunate enough to do so, I was going to help keep others from having to go through the same problems I did.”

Mr. Morris has definitely endured a life of tragedy. A few of the tragedies in Mr. Morris’s life include Mr. Morris’s parents divorce, the murder of his mom’s boyfriend by his father, the suicide of his father just out of prison, the lay off of his job after one and a half years, the failure of his internet marketing business, and living out of his car.

Mr. Morris is now considered a self-made millionaire by the age of 29, after the creation of his personal development company Success University. Success University is currently celebrating their first year anniversary and is already the #1 most visited personal development Web site in the world, jumping ahead of other companies such as Donald Trump’s Web site and Tony Robbins Web site

About Feed The Children

Founded in 1979 by Larry and Frances Jones, Feed The Children is the 3rd largest international charity in the U.S., based on private, non-government support. The mission of Feed The Children is to deliver food, medicine, clothing and other necessities to families who lack these essentials due to famine, war, poverty or natural disaster. In FY 2004, Feed The Children shipped more than 143 million pounds of food and other essentials to children and their families in all 50 states and internationally, supplementing more than 1,040,700 meals each day. Since its founding, the organization has reached out to help those in need in more than 115 countries around the globe. For more information, please visit

About Success University

Success University, a web-based education company, has enrolled approximately 14,000 students in 146 countries around the world, allowing it to become the #1 most visited personal development Web site on the Internet. Their mission is to create an international learning environment that teaches the time-tested laws of success. Success University students have the opportunity to enjoy educational programs from more than 50 of the world’s top authors, speakers, and educators from the discipline of personal achievement, as well as the opportunity to make money while at home by referring other students to Success University. For more information visit the Success University Web site at

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