While you stay in to protect your community,
you can still reach out to keep 16.5 million people safe.
How? By investing in 500,000 of The Hunger Project’s highly trained village leaders who are helping to stop the spread of COVID-19 in their communities.
As a team of 5 million Kiwis, we've done an amazing job of staying in to keep our communities safe. While we've individually made huge sacrifices, the progress made has only been possible because we did it together.
Now is our chance to extend that spirit of the collective good to the global community – where vulnerable people in remote villages around the world are being hit hard by the impact of COVID-19.
Coffee with a friend in Sydney.
Beer with a mate in Adelaide.
Dinner for two in Melbourne.
Where does my investment go?
With your help, we could rapidly roll out this urgent work so more people on the ‘village frontlines’ can...
Access and share accurate healthcare information.
Having easily accessible printed, verbal and digital resources in your own language means you can make the right choices for your family.
Be trained and train others on proper handwashing techniques.
Having the knowledge and local infrastructure to stop the spread of COVID-19 means you're equipped to take action.
Make and distribute hand sanitiser and face masks.
Having products to protect yourself and others around you means feeling confident that you're doing what you can to stop the spread.
Collectively, we could reach out to 16.5 MILLION PEOPLE in some of the most remote, rural areas globally, to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Aotearoa - we invite you to come together as part of our global movement.
Reach Out, Invest Now.
Donations can be made via bank transfer (which helps us to avoid credit card fees)
or credit card (with an option to cover the credit card fees if you wish to do so).
All donations of $5 or more are eligible for tax credits.
Funds will be applied to the area of greatest need in The Hunger Project’s work.
The Hunger Project.
Stay In, Reach Out.
Ending hunger starts with people.