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Donate to End Hunger

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End Hunger Fund

There are more than 815 million hungry people in the world. Support multiple charities in one pledge working to end hunger.
Through this fund, you will help create food security for underserved communities worldwide.

Contributions to this fund include delivering emergency food supplies in times of crisis, treating the malnourished, training farmers with sustainable agriculture practices and more.

Be a Global Champion

$56

provides therapeutic food needed to provide a full course of treatment to save a malnourished child’s life.

$120

gives a goat to a family that leads to income and healthy meals.

$1,866

provides a pallet of food, enough to feed a classroom of 21 children for a year. 

Success Stories

Fatuma* lives in Somalia, a country in crisis. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, years of conflict, severe drought, deadly floods, and swarms of locusts left many Somalis without homes or land, and unable to feed their families. Orphaned at a young age, Fatuma’s life has become increasingly precarious. She lives in a camp for internally displaced people outside of Somalia’s capital city of Mogadishu. Growing up, she moved from one relative’s home to another, until she met her husband Hassan when she was 16 years old. “He was a good man when I met him, or so I thought,” she says. Fatuma got married in December 2017 and quickly became pregnant. But it soon became clear that Hassan was not going to provide properly for the family, and he began to abuse his young wife verbally and physically. “When he came home, he would beat me up,” says Fatuma. “Our...
Emma
You may know the story of Emmanuel, who we affectionately call Emma, if you’ve volunteered with us. We are always so proud to share his story of hope. At 2 years old, he was just skin and bones. He weighed nine pounds, but after one year of eating MannaPack® meals, he gained 13 pounds — and new life. Now, at 8 years old, Emma’s story isn’t one of simply surviving. He is thriving. His older brother, Brian, calls him a “big man,” which makes Emma very proud. When he hears this, he puts his shoulders back and holds his head high. Emma loves soccer. Our partner Richard from African Children Today (ACT) told us he recently watched him score the winning goal in a game with other children in his village in Uganda. “That would not have been possible without MannaPack Rice,” he said. “I remember the days when we...
On a hot October afternoon in Ouallam district, in Niger’s western Tillabery region, the air is still as the sun’s rays hit the hard, crusty, red earth. Contrasting with this almost lunar surface is a field of green. “This site’s changed everything for us,” says Biba, a woman in her fifties, pointing to where a few men and women are using sickles to harvest grass. With a laugh, she adds: “It’s helped us to work together and it keeps the peace.” Biba and other residents of the three villages in this commune started working on this community-resilience project after identifying the rehabilitation of barren land as their most pressing need — it would enable them to grow the hay they need to be able to keep livestock. Here in the Sahel — the vast strip of Africa that runs south of the Sahara Desert between the Atlantic Ocean and the...