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The holiday season is upon us! And if you’re like us, the “most wonderful time of the year” is BUSY. So, Rise Against Hunger is here to help make your life a bit easier with our holiday shopping guide. We’ve compiled a list of ways for your holiday shopping to also make an impact toward ending world hunger by 2030.

Still need to order those holiday cards? Well, Minted can help you check that off your list and lets you support Rise Against Hunger in the process! Now through December 31, you can use the promo code RISEAHFUNDRAISE to not only save 20% on holiday cards and holiday gifts, but Minted will also donate 15% of the proceeds to Rise Against Hunger.


Ordering gifts and having them show up right at your doorstep sure makes things easier. If you’re using Amazon to do your online shopping, make your purchases through Amazon Smile! Through that website, Amazon donates 0.5% of every eligible purchase price to a charity of your choice. Go to www.smile.amazon.com, search for Rise Against Hunger to add us as your official non-profit, and then let the online shopping commence!

If you have a Hunger Champion on your list, the Rise Against Hunger store offers great gift and clothing options, including shirts, hats, reusable water bottles and so much more. Plus, when you make a purchase through our online store, you’re having a direct impact on the lives of those around the globe who are fighting hunger.
Still trying to think of gift ideas? Consider donating to Rise Against Hunger in honor of someone. Select “Give in honor/memory” when making your donation, and your donation can be an acknowledgment to the person of how important they are to you.

If you’re in the Oakton, VA, area and want to deck the halls of your home this season, don’t miss the annual Vale United Methodist Church Christmas Tree Sale to Fight Hunger… Near and Far. Proceeds from their Christmas tree sales go towards their donation for a Rise Against Hunger Experience meal packaging event that then takes place every January.

With your help, we can make this season of giving a season of giving back, too!

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