GivingTuesday 2020

This GivingTuesday, give the gift of empowerment to change the world.

GivingTuesday, Tuesday 1st December is the global day of giving and takes place after the shopping days of Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Join people from across the UK to raise funds for The Hunger Project and empower people to end hunger in their communities.

“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” – Lao Tzu

Awakening people to their own potential and leadership begins by understanding and shifting limiting mindsets and entrenched beliefs that leave them resigned, dependent, and devoid of dignity.

The Hunger Project helps people to figure out “how to fish”, and become leaders in their villages. 

People across the country are rallying together to highlight how the power of transforming mindsets, leadership development, and training are key to ending hunger and poverty.

One day to make a world of difference.

🌟Here is how you can help🌟

PLEDGE: Commit to donating a percentage of your income for Giving Tuesday 1st December – for that day or that week, to empower people to end hunger. 

DONATE: Make a donation to support communities 

SHARE: Invite others to join a powerful movement of people who believe that leadership can end hunger and poverty. Please share the details with them.

 

What your gift can do

£25 could support a community in Africa planting trees, which provide sources of food, energy and income.

£60 could help train two women at The Hunger Project’s Women’s Leadership Workshop in India.

£75 could train a group of 100 people in maternal and child health and nutrition in Africa.

 

What is GivingTuesday?
–  GivingTuesday is the movement that transcends borders and ideologies, to bring the entire world together in the spirit of generosity and giving.
–  £14.2 million donations on GivingTuesday in 2019.
–  Over 487 million impressions on social media. 

For more information, contact Marsha: marsha.macrae@thp.org

 

 

Razia, Bangladesh

“Every woman should be skilled and economically self-reliant… Otherwise, the problems of women could never be solved…”

Rita, Ghana

“I worked with the teachers, sensitising the school children on the effects and the harms teenage pregnancy can do to them.”

Rejeya, Bangladesh

“Now I do not pass the night without food and my other family members can eat full meals at night.”

Photography: Women in Benin at workshop – Johannes Ode