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The Alavi Foundation Joins Action Against Hunger for Pakistan Recovery Efforts

NEW YORK, NY—Six months after monsoon rains washed over Pakistan, wiping out roads, bridges, and other vital infrastructure, millions still lack access to clean water and sanitation, leaving them at serious risk of contracting deadly water-borne illnesses like cholera and dysentery.

Financial Times Partners with Action Against Hunger for its Seasonal Appeal

NEW YORK, NY—The Financial Times has selected Action Against Hunger | ACF International, a global humanitarian organization with life-saving programs in over 40 countries, as its partner for its 2010-2011 seasonal appeal to readers.

Weight Watchers Launches Third Annual Lose For Good Campaign to Help Fight Obesity and Hunger

NEW YORK, NY–For the past two years, Weight Watchers® members have shown that they can improve their health while helping those in need. Today, the company announces the launch of the third annual Lose For Good® campaign, an initiative that fights hunger both locally and globally by increasing awareness of this important issue and helping to provide access to healthy food for those in need.

Tyco International Joins Action Against Hunger to Provide Thousands of Liters of Clean Water in Haiti

NEW YORK, NY—In the wake of the January 12th Haitian earthquake that devastated much of the water infrastructure in Port-au-Prince and surrounding areas, Action Against Hunger | ACF International rushed to provide access to clean drinking water by setting up more than 40 emergency distribution points and repairing damaged systems serving hundreds of thousands of people.

Get Active On Your Next Vacation

Adventure travel specialist Easy Rider Tours knew it wanted to give back as part of its 25th anniversary celebration in 2010. For the cycling and hiking tour company, whose motto is “Ride to eat, eat to ride,” Action Against Hunger was a heartfelt choice.

Easy Rider Tours runs high-end, guided bicycling and walking vacations in maritime Canada, New England, and Europe, with a special emphasis on biking in Ireland, Portugal, and Spain. Hearty breakfasts, gourmet picnic lunches, and sumptuous dinners are a key component of every tour.

More Than Just a Restaurant

At a time when many upscale New York eateries are struggling to pry open the wallets of an elite clientele that’s been feeling the pinch of a struggling economy, the owners of Rouge Tomate, the Michelin-starred midtown restaurant, are doing something unusual with their hard-earned revenue. They’re simply giving it away.

From December 21st through the 26th, Rouge Tomate donated 5% of its sales to Action Against Hunger. As a model for restaurants seeking to engage their patrons and give back to the community, this is an idea that could change the way we eat for the better.

Giving Back While Getting Fit

Action Against Hunger and Weight Watchers address two very different epidemics: hunger and obesity.

But beneath their different aims and approaches, they share a common purpose: to improve the lives of people around the world through proper nutrition and healthier living. That’s why Action Against Hunger joined forces with Weight Watchers and Share Our Strength, an organization dedicated to hunger relief in the United States, for the Lose for Good campaign.

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP Helping in Haiti

UPDATE: Orrick employees have successfully met the $75,000 matching gift challenge supporting Action Against Hunger's relief efforts in Haiti.

As the recent earthquake in Haiti has shown, the worst tragedies can bring out the best in human nature. When we see suffering, we want to help. For employees of the law firm Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, the desire to help will be boosted by a laudable program that doubles the impact of their donations.

Gatorade Goes the Distance in the Fight Against Hunger

From the weekend warriors of local rugby leagues to the daily jogger training for her first marathon and the next undiscovered Golden Gloves champ, people of all stripes can now put their athletic prowess to work in the fight against acute hunger and malnutrition. Action Against Hunger and Gatorade are seeking athletes and aspiring athletes alike who are fired up and ready to use their competitive edge for a great cause.

For those who never had the drive to scale Mount Everest before, saving a child from acute malnutrition could be just the incentive they need.

Action Against Hunger to Honor Humanitarians

New York, NY—In recognition of their extraordinary efforts on behalf of distressed communities around the world, Procter & Gamble and Wall Street Journal reporters Roger Thurow and Scott Kilman will receive the annual Action Against Hunger Humanitarian Award on November 18th. For the first time, Action Against Hunger | ACF International will honor a corporation for its philanthropic commitments in addition to awarding the prize to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the humanitarian field.

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About Action Against Hunger | ACF International

Action Against Hunger is internationally recognized as a leader in the fight against global malnutrition. Action Against Hunger works to save the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger. With over 30 years of expertise in emergency situations of conflict, natural disaster, and chronic food insecurity, Action Against Hunger runs life-saving programs in some 40 countries benefiting 5 million people each year.

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