Stop Hunger Now provides many opportunities to engage our corporate partners and their employees actively in our mission to end hunger. Our Corporate Team works with companies to help them reach their CSR and employee engagement goals as we serve those in need around the world.  Consider how your team might join us: 

  • Engage your employees in our meaningful hands-on meal packaging program.
  • Build a global giving campaign engaging the entire company 
  • Fund sustainable community development programs
  • Join impact trips and experience how your donations help build communities
  • Fund expansion projects and help grow our global footprint and impact
  • Provide Gift in Kind donations increasing our in-country partners’ capacity
  • Engage your employees in skills-based volunteering and increase our capacity and you staff skills.
We are located in 20 cities throughout the U.S. and have 6 international affiliates in South Africa, Malaysia, Italy, India, the Philippines and Peru. We are able to offer a global meal packaging programs in most any part of the world, providing support to multinational companies.  If your company would like to help us end hunger and inspire new leaders to support those in need, then partner with Stop Hunger Now today.
We thank our corporate partners for their work to support our mission to end global hunger. We are grateful for all of our corporate partnerships, especially our top partners for 2015 (listed below), who support Stop Hunger Now in variety of ways.

Meal Donations  •  Volunteer Engagement  •  Direct Cash Donations 

Product Donations  •  Skills-based Volunteering  •  Cause Marketing

IMG_9129Haiti Impact Trip Provides Eye-Opening Experience for Stop Hunger Now Partner

Guest blog by Jacqueline Campbell, Analyst for North America Corporate Social Responsibility at Sanofi. Nearly 1 million people have volunteered to package meals with Stop Hunger Now since 2005, yet only a handful of volunteers have had the opportunity to trace those meals around the world to see the faces of the people whose lives […]

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Partner Highlight


The Hershey Company and Stop Hunger Now again have joined forces in the fight against hunger. Following up on their record-setting event last summer, today more than 700 employees packaged 255,744 Stop Hunger Now meals for people suffering from hunger around the world. Stop Hunger Now meal packaging events are a volunteer-based program that coordinates the streamlined packaging of highly nutritious, dehydrated meals comprised of rice, soy, vegetables and 23 essential vitamins and minerals.

“We are excited to partner with Stop Hunger Now and have such an impact on the hungry around the world,” says Todd Camp, Senior Director, Corporate Social Responsibility and Community Relations. “Stop Hunger Now is an important part of Hershey’s global social purpose, which we call Nourishing Minds, where we draw upon the creativity, skills and passion of our employees to provide basic nutrition to help children learn and grow. We are proud to work with another organization that also focuses on sustainable impact where it’s needed most.”

This was The Hershey Company’s fourth event with Stop Hunger Now and they surpassed last year’s meal total by 15,000 meals. In total, The Hershey Company has packaged more than 470,000 meals, which helped support Stop Hunger Now partner organizations in Haiti, El Salvador, Liberia, and Burundi with much-needed nourishing meals.

Video Spotlight

Under Armour

Under Armour has been a partner of Stop Hunger Now since 2011 and has strengthened their partnership since 2014.  The year, Under Armour will have not only packaged thousands of meals for the hungry, but donated product and sports equipment to the underprivileged around the world.  This video showcases the thankfulness of one orphanage in Nicaragua.  Stop Hunger Now employees had the chance to not only deliver the shoes first-hand, but see the smiles on the faces of those who get to play, run, and exercise because of the donation from Under Armour.

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