While communities work toward a future in which they can thrive, families and individuals facing hunger around the globe still have basic, immediate needs. That’s why Rise Against Hunger supports safety net programs that provide nourishment and encourage education through school feeding, vocational training and health clinics to support the difficult journey out of poverty.
Rise Against Hunger meals are provided in schools to encourage increased enrollment and attendance. For adults in community empowerment programs, the provision of meals offsets productive time lost while attending training sessions. Meals distributed in hospitals and clinics may support patients’ nutritional needs and complement their treatments.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):