Hunger Project Overview
Feeding Children Everywhere is a global non-profit dedicated to the vision of a hunger-free world in our lifetime. Since 2010, we have activated more than 750,000 volunteers to package and distribute over 115 million meals to children and families in need.
What is a Hunger Project?
A Hunger Project is a high-energy event where volunteers work side by side, assembly line style, to package healthy meals. You will be helping us facilitate the execution and logistics of this project. Please find helpful information and tips about your role below. When arriving at a project, please contact your Event Lead or on-site contact. They will provide you with any day-of information or instruction that you need.
Dress Code on Project Day
Polo – All team members must wear a CHHJ polo.
Pants – All team members must wear pants without rips or tears.
Shoes – All team members must wear closed toed shoes during the Hunger Projects.
ID – All Hunks must have their state issued ID with them for every project. (A lot of buildings have security and this can be an issue.)
Your Event Lead and Logistics Lead will first establish and clarify the plan for set up. Once this is clarified your Event Lead will fill you in on the following:
– Staging of product
– Set up of the room
– Load in plan
– Direction of Assembly Lines
– Amount of boxes and bags needed
– Completed meal locations