One hundred people took on the Live Below the Line challenge for The Hunger Project in 2013 from the UK and overseas. They decided to live on £1 a day for a week to gain first-hand insight into the lives of people living below the poverty line.
You’ve done something incredible by standing in solidarity with our partners ending their own hunger and poverty and raised a fantastic £12,000 which will go to support our grassroots work empowering women, children and men to end their own hunger and poverty.
Meet our Live Below the Liners from 2013 – meet our teams from Live Below the Line 2013.
Thank You Everyone
Find out how your money has supported our partners in 19,000 villages and to get involved in 2014 campaign check out our main Live Below the Line pages or register your interest for 2014’s event on Facebook or Google+
We’ve put together a photo blog here highlighting the best bits from our challengers in 2013.
We’re still collecting money raised from 2013’s events. If you’ve got offline funds to send in click here >>
Thanks to the Live Below the Line workplace, community and school groups helping The Hunger Project spread the word – get in touch if you’d like support in creating a group or team for 2014.
Bzz Agents UK, Edinburgh University, McElderry Massive, Hipercept, Sage Publications, Ludlow Food Festival, EC English, Legal and General,Colchester Royal Grammar School, St Ninian’s High School, The Totteridge Academy, Anglia Ruskin University, University College Falmouth, University of Central Lancashire, Topshop, Queens College Cambridge, University of Leeds, Aberystwyth University & KPMG.