Since 2015, Forever Giving has donated to the meal packing events supported by Forever Living Products that help Rise Against Hunger on their mission to end world hunger. It started with a simple meal packing event in Singapore at the 2015 Forever Global Rally where staff and business owners packed 300,000 meals. What was meant to be a session of giving back for the hundreds of Forever Business Owners in attendance, turned into a captivating experience that Forever Living Products knew they wanted to do again.
At the end of 2016, after packing 350,000 meals at its annual Global Rally, Forever Living Products decided to kick up the contribution. In 2017, the global goal would be to pack 1 million meals for Rise Against Hunger to benefit the people around the world who are malnourished and hungry. By teaming together with the offices and business owners in its operating countries around the globe, Forever Living Products had faith in the huge goal.
Just six months into the mission, they did it! Country offices and Forever Living staff and business owners around the world committed to not only reaching 1 million meals, but now have the intention to see how many more meals can be done this year.
Already there are dozens of meal packing events planned and the hope is that we will be able to reach 1.5 million in support of this amazing cause.
About Rise Against Hunger
Rise Against Hunger works hard to stop hunger by providing simple, nutritional prepacked meals and helping the most vulnerable people. The help that the organization offers is a combination of meals and the provision of the necessary resources to meet its own needs. Attention to hunger in the world is important. Worldwide, 795 million people do not eat enough. From 20 cities in the United States, 6 international locations in South Africa, Malaysia, the Philippines, Italy, India and Peru, Rise Against Hunger involves volunteers from churches, schools, associations and companies in this project. For more information about Rise Against Hunger, see www.riseagainsthunger.org.