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Ending hunger by 2030 seems like an incredibly bold goal ― some would even say it’s impossible. But when looking at inspirational partners like Forever Living Products, we see how together, this goal is not only a possibility but something we are progressing toward with every meal packaged.

In 2018 alone, Forever Living Products packaged 2.7 million meals in more than 12 countries, making a tremendous impact on the issue of food security and hunger across the globe. Since their first Meal Packaging Event, which took place at their Global Rally in 2015, the Forever Living Products team has joined us in our commitment to creating a world free from hunger.

Stephanie Barnsby, a Forever Business Owner shares, “In the last two years, I have taken part in food packaging events for Rise Against Hunger with Forever Living at our Global Rally Events in South Africa, Dubai and more recently here in the UK at our Head Office in summer 2018. These events are inspiring and uplifting with an incredible energy from the organizers from Rise Against Hunger and also everyone taking part. It is amazing the huge impact the partnership between Forever Living Products and Rise Against Hunger has already had and it has been a real honor to have been a part of this and a very humbling experience to know we are helping people all over the world in the fight against hunger.”

Another Forever Business Owner, Chu Kam Ting, shares, “Decades ago, because of poverty and famine in China, I suffered from hunger every single day. I know how it feels. It is a blessing that at the present, not only do I have the financial ability to contribute, but I can also make an impact with my team members at the Rise Against Hunger event. Nothing is more precious than repaying society with a grateful heart.”

Are you inspired by the work of this incredible partner? Consider hosting your own Meal Packaging Event or getting your workplace involved in the movement to end hunger ― after all, 2030 is possible!

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