Businesses that help end hunger.
We invite purposeful collaboration from your company in our global movement. By engaging in the mission of The Hunger Project, your company and your employees will be part of creating a life of self-reliance and dignity for all.
- Cause-related marketing of products
- Sponsorship of events (virtual or in-person)
- Employee awareness campaigns
- Group fundraising activities
Read more about some of our inspiring partners below, and get in touch with Manda for more, at email@example.com
One of Many
Led by Hunger Project investor, and acclaimed coach and educator, Dr Joanna Martin, One of Many is the UK’s fastest growing women’s leadership community. The organisation is a Brand Ambassador of the The Hunger Project’s Unleashed Women network – a sisterhood of women committed to the end of hunger.
Suzanne Dibble - The Small Business Law Expert
Founder of The Small Business Law Expert, Suzanne Dibble is an award-winning data protection lawyer, and supporter of The Hunger Project and our work to empower people to end hunger.
JMJ are long-time supporters and investors in the work of The Hunger Project and our goals of sustainability and transformation.
Fabergé is a renowned jewellery brand that has raised funds to support The Hunger Project empowering people to end poverty.
Venus Army, empowerment and fitness brand, partners with The Hunger Project and our Unleashed Women leadership network to unleash women’s empowerment across the world.
AccorHotels Switzerland has been a partner on The Hunger Project’s World Hunger Day campaign in 2017 and 2018 with hotel restaurants collecting funds to support our work end hunger.
UnderTheDoormat is an entrepreneurial start-up that has been supporting The Hunger Project since inception. Aligned in principles, with a focus on sustainable results, the organisation supports empowering people to unleash their potential.
Food Lovers Market
Food Lovers Market is a supermarket and partner on The Hunger Project’s World Hunger Day campaign, united in the support of people living below the poverty line.
Quaglino’s Bar in London supports The Hunger Project and our work ending hunger, with a focus on sustainability.