THE HUNGER PROJECT UK
Take on Moonriders in support of The Hunger Project and ‘Do Something Great’ to end hunger and
poverty around the world.
The Hunger Project is dedicated to the permanent eradication of hunger
within some of the world’s poorest communities, where women, men and children
are living on less than 80 pence a day.
Handing out food or money is not sustainable so The Hunger Project supports and mobilises millions of women, men and children in 8,700 villages to end their own hunger themselves.
With 380,000 locally trained volunteer leaders we are reaching millions
of people with training, skills, know how, equipment and most importantly a new
motivation to take control of their own lives and end their own hunger. Watch this great video about our work
Why support The Hunger Project for Moonriders?
Moonriders is a key part of
our fundraising plan for 2013. You are about to embark on
a big event and whilst we are only a small charity in the UK (two staff), you
can rely on us to support you all the way to the finish and know that your
efforts will be making a big impact on the ground.
Every challenger is important to us.
- Dedicated contact (Mark) to help you with fundraising, awareness training, and advice.
- Regular phone calls and texts to keep you motivated - you aren't a number!
- Plenty of encouragement, enthusiasm and support including regular e-newsletters.
- A fantastic Team Hunger t-shirt and support pack (we are working on the other bits!)
- Help (if you need it!) to set up your fundraising page or we'll do it for you.
- Training and fitness advice.
- Individually tailored fundraising images to help you out.
- Challenger Reunion Event for us to say thank you.
Enter as an individual or a team today! You might have some questions -
how long will it take or where does The Hunger Project work? For any further
information about taking part view our Moonriders London to Cambridge or Moonriders London to Brighton pages or contact
Mark on 07595 222354 email email@example.com
What we do
- Infrastructure - training, buildings, schools, health clinic, toilets, food storage facilities.
- Education - nursery schools and literacy programmes, meal programmes for kids.
- Health - antenatal, family planning, training and HIV Aids programmes.
- Agriculture - training, tools, land and access to pesticides and seeds.
- Water - safe water supplies and sanitation training in all our villages.
- Microfinance - the majority goes to rural women farmers who start businesses.
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