Holiday Gift Guide
This holiday season, help us end hunger around the world by purchasing a gift for you or your loved ones from one of our terrific partners.
- Kneipp®, a 125-year-old company which produces natural, primarily vegan, bath, body and skin care products, and Action Against Hunger have established a mutual partnership that will accomplish social impact. Donations will be made through a promotion in which a percentage of sales of the brand's Soft in Seconds hand cream, along with a 2% donation from purchases made through the loyalty program, will benefit Action Against Hunger programs.
Café Grumpy is a popular coffee shop with several branches across New York City which will donate $1 from selected bags of coffee sold across their stores in New York City.
Conscious Step socks champion causes that matter. Half of the proceeds from sales are matched to charities to end hunger, educate children, AIDS research and afforestation. Action Against Hunger is the charity that benefits from the “end hunger” sock.
The Republic of Tea enriches people's lives through its premium teas, education and innovation, as it emphasizes a "Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp" lifestyle. The hibiscus from The Republic of Tea Hibiscus Superflower™ Teas supports Action Against Hunger's lifesaving work, and is sourced from Nigeria.
This Bar Saves Lives: All-natural, non-GMO snack bars. For every bar bought, they donate a packet of life-saving food (Plumpy Nut) to a child in need through Action Against Hunger. Buy a Bar. Feed a Child.
- Rumbatime offers the Jane collection, named for the famed cobblestone street in New York's West Village. Jane is designed with interchangeable cotton-braided straps. Reminiscent of a friendship bracelet, the Jane is a true symbol of love -- $2 from each sale is donated to one of their four charity partners--Action Against Hunger is one of them.
Action Against Hunger is the world’s hunger specialist and leader in a global movement that aims to end life-threatening hunger for good within our lifetimes. For 40 years, the humanitarian and development organization has been on the front lines, treating and preventing hunger across nearly 50 countries. It served more than 21 million people in 2018 alone.