Help Save 100,000 People From Going Hungry This Season
After 20 years and over $60 million raised to make a meaningful impact in lives around the world, GreaterGood.com is renewing its commitment to lending support where it matters most.
For the last 7 years, your clicks at the GreaterGood website have helped support hundreds of small projects that aid people, pets, and the planet. In just the last few weeks, you have helped fund specialized care programs for those living with Alzheimer’s, you have improved the likelihood of adoption for often-anxious shelter pets, and you’ve helped us donate 1,000 books to children in need.
This support has changed lives, and on the all-new GreaterGood.com, it will now be amplified across 24 of our most impactful programs and partnerships. One of those programs is helping feed 100,000 hungry people who may otherwise be wondering where they will find their next meal. This food drive to fight world hunger is a featured program of GreaterGood.com as well as one of our featured programs for Giving Tuesday 2019.
Hunger affects millions, from those displaced by disasters, our neighbor down the street, to families in Thailand. That’s why this GivingTuesday, GreaterGood is hosting a food drive to fight world hunger. Your gift makes a real difference for people around the globe and right here at home in their time of need, like victims of recent wildfires in California. Your generosity gives them more than a warm meal – it also gives them hope and support in hard times.
While you celebrate this holiday season, your gift will impact people who have lost so much or have had little to begin with. Nothing warms the soul like a good hearty meal. Just $25 feeds 500 meals to people all around the world. Donate today!
At GreaterGood.org, we’re committed to feeding the world’s most vulnerable populations. Together, we can fight to end the cycle of poverty, food insecurity, and famine. Help us in feeding 100,000 people this GivingTuesday. Click the button below and give the gift of a warm meal to those in need.