Last month, celebrity chefs participated in our 2022 It Starts With a Meal™️ Chef Showdown to raise awareness of global hunger. After a close competition, Nicole McLaughlin was crowned the winner.
It’s important to put faces to our work to end hunger worldwide — that’s why we have provided a selection of images and videos below for your use to help us spread the word about this important movement. Also available below are downloadable logos, information about our work and our brand style guidelines.
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It Starts With a Meal
At Rise Against Hunger, It Starts With a Meal, and it leads to resilience, self- sufficiency, education, empowerment and bright futures in communities worldwide. Every day Rise Against Hunger meals are served around the globe in medical clinics, vocational training programs, elder care facilities and schools. Each meal is a moment to celebrate. This video is available for download here.
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Returning for the second year, the It Starts With a Meal™️ Chef Showdown is right around the corner! Our virtual cooking competition is taking place October 3-14 on social media — so, get your aprons ready!...
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Food security does not exist without nutrition security. It’s the difference between eating bread every day or a diverse diet incorporating all the food groups every day.
For the children at Hope for South Sudan, their school is not just a place for education. Located outside of the city of Torit, this residential school and orphanage is also the children’s home, their source of...
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