Women’s Equality is Key to Ending Hunger Worldwide

Today is Women’s Equality Day, and it’s impossible to ignore the importance of women’s equality to our work to end world hunger by 2030. Edna Ogwangi, Stop Hunger Now Chief Impact Officer, shared her insights on the connections between women’s equality and empowerment issues and hunger in countries we serve around the globe. Q: How […]

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It Starts with the Funnel: Meal Packaging and the Opportunity for Engagement

Hilton Senior Vice President, Industry Relations & Events Rob Scypinski reflects on the power of Hilton’s partnership with Stop Hunger Now. I’ve always been committed to creating experiences for our customers that carry Hilton’s commitment to hospitality to new heights, and when I came across Stop Hunger Now, I remember thinking that we would make […]

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As U.S. Students Head Back to School, a Look at Education in India

As students across the U.S. head out to do their back-to-school shopping, we wanted to take a look at what life is like for students in India. Bangalore, India is the location of one of Stop Hunger Now’s six in-country offices around the globe. Dola Mohapatra, Executive Director of Stop Hunger Now India, shared his […]

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Despite Calling a Garbage Dump Home, Indian Child Finds Hope in Education

Dabri Extension in New Delhi, India, is a crowded slum made up of makeshift housing where migrants from across India gather in search of a better life. Women commonly work as housemaids, while men take menial jobs earning an average of $50 per month. Children are forced to work, facing near-starvation diets. Kareena, age 7, […]

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With All Eyes on Rio, We’re Making an Impact in Brazil

With the world’s eyes on the country of Brazil, Stop Hunger Now has taken its meal packaging program on the road to Rio de Janeiro: We recently teamed up with 160 Hewlett Packard Enterprise staff members, family and friends to package 100,000 meals in Rio. We also facilitated meal packaging events with HP Enterprise in the […]

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Stop Hunger Now, Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy Collaborate to Fight Hunger

Approximately 10,000 meals packaged at Council Bluffs event (Council Bluffs, IA, August 8, 2016) – Stop Hunger Now and Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy, LLC (SIRE) recently collaborated to bring the fight against hunger to the Council Bluffs community. More than 40 SIRE volunteers, with financial and logistical support from Syngenta, gathered on August 6th at […]

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Are You a College Student Who is Making a Difference in the Fight Against Hunger? Apply for the 2016 Clinton Hunger Leadership Award

Spread the word: The initial application period is now open for the 2016 Clinton Hunger Leadership Award. If you are a undergraduate or graduate student who is making an impact in the fight against world hunger, we encourage you to apply for this prestigious honor. Named in honor of President Bill Clinton for his commitment […]

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Nashville Stop Hunger Now Volunteer Launches Nonprofit to Create Global Movement Against Hunger

Andy Morris is on a mission and he has one goal in mind: to get more people physically and spiritually engaged in the movement to end hunger. Morris, a long-time Stop Hunger Now volunteer, is one of the driving forces that helped build a foundation of support to open our Nashville location in 2016. He’s […]

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Ugandan Child Receives the Nourishment He Needs to Pursue His Dreams of Becoming an Engineer

Loucky, age 12, dreams of someday becoming an engineer. Thanks to the nourishment he receives from Stop Hunger Now meals, he is able to excel in his studies and focus on his dreams. Loucky and his siblings are among many students–including refugee children–at King Solomon’s Academy in Bulenga, Uganda, who have benefited from Stop Hunger […]

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From the Field: Stop Hunger Now Utilizes New Technology to Conduct Hunger-Related Surveys in Haiti

Guest blog by Matt Styslinger, Stop Hunger Now Food Security and M&E Manager, and Silvia Roscot, Stop Hunger Now Technical Advisor for Food Security Crisis. We are in Poteau, Haiti this week conducting a baseline assessment–a starting point for future research–with longtime Stop Hunger Now partner Hearts and Hands for Haiti. This research aims to […]

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Governor’s School Students Dedicate a Summer Saturday Morning to Fighting Hunger Worldwide

Guest blog by Jeanne Minetree, Director of the Governor’s School for Life Sciences and Medicine. On a Saturday morning in July when many teenagers were still asleep, the students of the Summer Residential Governor’s School for Life Sciences and Medicine (GSMHS) in Richmond, Virginia, boarded a school bus to the Stop Hunger Now Richmond warehouse. […]

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Today is Mandela Day: Be Part of a Global Movement for Good

Today is the day: Monday, July 18 is Mandela Day, and Stop Hunger Now’s global #FollowtheSun movement is in full swing as volunteers package meals in countries around the world. It’s not too late to be part of this exciting occasion–we encourage you to dedicate 67 minutes of your day to making a positive difference […]

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