We’re so glad that you are interested in making an impact in the lives of people in need around the world, and we’re here to help make sure your fundraiser is a success! Have questions? Please feel free to contact email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Thank you for your interest in supporting people in need around the world, and helping to grow our global movement to end hunger. We’re excited to offer a variety of ways that you can engage your friends and family in our efforts to end hunger.
Birthday Gifts that GiveGet Started
You may not need anything for your birthday, but there are people all over the world that have basic nutritional needs. Instead of gifts, ask friend and family to donate to Rise Against Hunger this year.
DIY EventGet Started
Lemonade stand, bake sale, you name it. Set up your own fundraiser to help those in need today.
In Their HonorGet Started
Celebrate someone special in your life by setting up a fundraising page in their honor.
How It Works
1. Create Your Page
Create a personalized page that highlights why you want to partner with Rise Against Hunger to help those facing hunger.
2. Spread the Word
Let everyone know how they can help you make an impact by sharing on social media or emailing your link to friends and family.
3. Provide Aid for People in Need
The money you raise will go towards supporting Rise Against Hunger's mission of eradicating hunger.
Our nutritious, volunteer-packaged meals are distributed to people around the globe to meet their immediate needs while enabling recipients to rise and break the cycle of poverty.
Rise Against Hunger bolsters agricultural production and incomes through programs promoting improved agricultural methods, business skills and market access.
Responding To Emergencies
When everyday access to food, wages and market systems are destroyed in the wake of emergencies, we work through a network of in-country partners to address these needs.
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