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Action Against Hunger 2014 Benefit Gala

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2014 Benefit Gala

Every year, hundreds of Action Against Hunger’s most dedicated supporters come together for an evening of inspiration and hope. This special night is our opportunity to reflect upon our mission to save the lives of children worldwide and to honor the individuals and corporations that have made significant contributions towards ending hunger worldwide.

Our 2014 Gala is taking place on November 20th at The Museum of Modern Art. We are delighted to be honoring Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of Renault-Nissan Alliance, for his company's outstanding commitment to assisting communities affected by disaster.

The 2014 Gala features catering by Abigail Kirsch and an auction led by charity auctioneer, CK Swett. This year our live auction includes a Paris trip with a private tour of Versailles, a memorable trip to the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, a trip to Monaco for a Formula 1 Race, and many more exciting packages. We hope you will join us for an unforgettable evening!

Please click here to purchase gala tables or tickets. 
If you cannot attend the evening, but wish to make a tax-deductible donation, please visit our Wishing Well.

Contact Alyssa Zeller (azeller@actionagainsthunger.org) for more information.

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Our Global Impact: 44 Countries, 9 Million People 

Recognized as a leader in the fight against malnutrition, Action Against Hunger saves the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger. With 30 years of expertise in emergency situations of conflict, natural disaster, and chronic food insecurity, we run life-saving programs in over 40 countries benefiting 9 million people each year.

 
3.4 Million
People accessed safe water and sanitation 
 
3.5 Million
People treated for malnutrition and illness
 
1.9 Million
People gained economic self-sufficiency