Frequently Asked Questions
In every country where we work, The Hunger Project is committed to meeting the highest standards for nonprofit organizations, including tax deductibility where applicable.
The Global Hunger Project (our official legal name) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization in the United States. Our Federal tax number (EIN) is 94-2443282. The Hunger Project is listed as the Global Hunger Project in the US Federal Combined Federal Campaign, number 11091.
Please contact us for copies of prior Audited Financial Statements or 990 Forms.
Wonder Why You Don’t See a Pie Chart Outlining Our Ratio of Administrative to Program Expenses? Find out more about how we are trying to End the Overhead Myth.
We earn top ratings from Charity Navigator (4 stars) and the American Institute of Philanthropy (A grade). We are a Better Business Bureau and Independent Charities of America sealholder and GuideStar Exchange silver participant, and are proud to be a founding member of InterAction and meet all their membership standards for accountability, transparency and effectiveness. We hold consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
Our latest Annual Report (2014) highlights our work to end hunger in more than 24,000 communities throughout Africa, South Asia and Latin America, as well as our global advocacy efforts to end hunger and poverty worldwide. Read more.
Rather than simply being another relief organization, The Hunger Project was created as a strategic organization. Over the years, The Hunger Project has reinvented itself time and again to meet each challenge along the path of ending hunger. Learn more.
Find out how you can become a member of our global team committed to the sustainable end of world hunger. Visit our careers page.
The Hunger Project is committed to accountability, transparency and effectiveness. Find out more about our policies.
Why does The Hunger Project not distribute food? How can I get involved? Get the answers to these questions and more.