Give thanks on the figures.
Careful with the term 'Donated.' To me, to donate is to give without expecting any return, almost like charity., or like when Rasta run up on I in the street. 10 cents a meal for 3.5 million = 350,000 dollars spent toward Africa. The question now is how much extra revenue has the 'Feeding Africa' promo campaign actually brought? If the number is anything over 175,000 extra drinks sold at $2 a pop by claiming to feed Africa..... then the 'donation campaign' suddenly becomes more of profitable marketing strategy than actual donations.
Then theres the World Food Programme. There website actually states 1 meal = 25 cents which cuts the figures mentioned earlier by 3x. ? what the actual rate is. The WFP was set up by the West and the UN at the same time the IMF and FAO were set up (post WW2). Given the history of the other two organisations I can be excused for the skepticism. It is generally better to teach a man how to find and prepare his own food than to buy him a meal (from western sources).
Still, if people are being fed that can't be a bad thing. But I know the difference between charity and when people are making moves for their own pocket.