Craig Shawn Williamson has been assisting public schools in Costa Rica since 2016. In 2017, his original organization received a letter of cooperation from the Ministry of Education. Many of the public schools in Costa Rica are located in very poor areas. As such, in many cases, the students in these areas get their only meal of the day from the school. Many of these schools valiantly try to keep up with the demand for food. The Craig Shawn Williamson Foundation was formed to assist the schools in providing adequate food so that all of the students have lunch. Starting in Liberia, with just a few schools, the foundation has been directly funding services, programs and vendors, as well as organizing the efforts of local businesses for this critical need. The Foundation is made up of US and Costa Rican citizens that understand the need that has been identified and have united to fund, service, solarize, grow food, and teach the schools and the students to grow, harvest, process and deliver vegetable to their school cafeteria in a "Plant to Plate" program.