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World Food Day celebrates a day of action dedicated to tackling global hunger. With a common goal of reaching a world of zero hunger, companies and organizations across the globe chose to use World Food Day as an opportunity to promote awareness and action by hosting Rise Against Hunger Experience meal packaging events. Take a look at the photos below to see how we were able to connect communities and take action the Rise Against Hunger Experience way!

Staff and volunteers gathered together in downtown Raleigh at Transfer Co. Food Hall to package Rise Against Hunger meals.
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz joined employees and volunteers to package meals in Chicago.
Kraft Heinz hosted multi-site meal packaging events across 15 offices around the world to package over 1 million meals in just under 24 hours. Employees from Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States all joined forces to lend a hand.
Salesforce employees package over 10,000 meals in California!
Forever Living Products volunteers came together in India to package meals on World Food Day.
Disney volunteers pitched in at the Walt Disney Television Day of Service in California !
Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp employees package over 50,000 meals in Florida!

On World Food Day, we launched our Give Us Your Lunch Money campaign to show that donating the cost of just one lunch out can feed a child in need for an entire month! In Raleigh, volunteers took this a step further by spending their lunch break giving back to those who need it the most. 

Team members from Milk Lab in Cary, NC, worked together to fight hunger.

Thanks to the Raleigh community’s efforts to support our mission of ending world hunger, we packaged over 10,000 meals for people in need. 

For every meal packaged, there is a sense of hope that leaves the hands of our volunteers and touches the hearts of our beneficiaries. To join our mission, find out more ways you can get involved and take action by donating now.

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