Additionally, we hope that World Hunger Day, will encourage even more organisations to work in partnership with each other and with the women, men and children in the developing world who seek to bring about a sustainable end to their own hunger and poverty.
The Hunger Project is delivering ground breaking results in full support of the Millennium Development Goals, mobilising rural communities at the grassroots level. Give Now
How You Can Get Involved
On 9 January 2011 in support of World Hunger Day – Empowering People. Ending Hunger, The Hunger Project will hold the following events:
World Hunger Day Briefing
Sunday 9 January 2011 – Daytime, Central London
The first World Hunger Day Briefing 2011. Empowering People. Ending Hunger will take place from 2pm-4:30pm on Sunday 9th January, at the Park Plaza Hotel in Victoria, Central London.
Led by the UK arm of The Hunger Project, this briefing will feature inspiring leaders from The Hunger Project in Africa, South Asia and Latin America, who will share their direct experience of mobilising communities at the grassroots level to end their own hunger and meet their basic needs.
The Briefing will host 200 delegates (at a cost of £10 each) from around the world, with limited spaces available for UK Business Leaders, Trusts and Foundations, Human Resources (HR) Directors and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Professionals.
For the first 60 delegates to confirm their attendance, we are delighted to announce that for a total cost of only £100, you will be invited to attend the exclusive after show Gala party following the spectacular Dionne Warwick and Friends Gala Concert. Even more exciting, those first 60 confirmed delegates will also be offered a complimentary seat to the concert itself.
To reserve your delegate place, please email.
Gala Concert, Dionne Warwick and Friends
Sunday 9 January 2011 – Evening, Apollo Victoria, Central London
The Ambassador Theatre Group have kindly donated London’s Apollo Victoria Theatre to host a concert to raise awareness and funds for The Hunger Project’s programmes in thirteen countries and to provide a place for all those who support the day to gather. The concert will see Dionne Warwick and Friends (Natalie Cole, Elaine Paige, Mica Paris, Simon Keenlyside, Steven McRae, the London Community Gospel Choir, Louise Dearman and Rachel Tucker from West End Musical, Wicked; Jazz Singer Jumoké Fashola, introducing singer/songwriter, David Elliott), and the full orchestra of the Southbank Sinfonia perform some of the greatest songs in popular music.
Find out more about World Hunger Day and how you can get involved