The Hunger Project-New Zealand was formed in 1984, and since then has built up a loyal group of forward-thinking Kiwi investors and supporters who are committed to standing in solidarity with women and men living in poverty and hunger in the developing world. Many investors have sustained their support for over ten years, believing in the continued relevancy of the bottom-up empowerment model used by the organization.
From April 28-May 2, join us in spending $1.50 a day on food and beverage for five days to change the way people think about extreme poverty – all while supporting The Hunger Project’s work in villages worldwide.
At the beginning of 2013, The Hunger Project-New Zealand embarked on a strategic journey to expand our community of investors, inform more Kiwis of our work to empower people to end chronic hunger, and inspire our young people to join us as they find their voice and their dignity in this world. As part of this journey, we would like to invite you to have your say on how we could together reach this goal. Please complete this survey as part of a wider evaluation to inform our strategic direction.
Tanisha Singh, a second-generation activist and investor is representing The Hunger Project-New Zealand as part of a Hunger Project delegation joining 180 young people from organisations around the world attending the 13th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates.