Born To Serve
Deacon Walter Middleton spent 46 years of his life working for organisations dedicated to feeding millions of the world’s hungry. His own special passion in this calling was feeding starving children. In his memoirs, he documents his life of service to the needy, as the quote above from Tanya Pinto, CEO of Baal Dan, indicates. His multiple awards from relief organisations such as The World Food Programme (Recipient of the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize) testify to the diligence. love and passion he brought to his work. His ordination to the Diaconate in his retirement puts the cherry on the top of his life of service.
“He is constantly driven by his commitment to children in need.” Tanya Pinto
The many years of Walter Middleton’s generous and active engagement with well-known humanitarian aid organisations, such as CARE and World Vision International, proved to be of critical importance on his journey to becoming an ordained deacon in the Church.
Archbishop B F Collaço, Apostolic Nuncio, Rome, Italy.
Walter knew hunger as a child and was driven by the aspiration that no child should go to bed hungry. He dedicated his life to fulfilling that aspiration, by becoming a leading global expert on food aid.
Ken Casey, World Vision International
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