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World Hunger Year - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


** World Hunger Year **

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For the organization founded by Werner Erhardt, see Hunger Project.

*WhyHunger* (formerly known as *World Hunger Year*, or WHY) is a non-profit
registered 501 (c) (3) organization working to end hunger and poverty by
connecting people to nutritious, affordable food and by supporting
grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and community empowerment.
The organization is based on the belief that solutions and innovations are
often found in the grassroots, and therefore works with more than 8,000
community-based groups across the world. These groups help people to help
themselves through food production, job-training programs, nutrition
education, community economic development, healthcare workshops, youth
programming, leadership development and more.


· 1 History
· 2 Programs

· 2.1 Artists Against Hunger & Poverty
· 2.2 Global Movements
· 2.3 Grassroots Action Network
· 2.4 National Hunger Clearinghouse

· 3 Recent Accomplishments/Campaigns

· 3.1 The Food Security Learning Center
· 3.2 Hungerthon
· 3.3 Imagine There's No Hunger
· 3.4 John Lennon App

· 4 Reviews/Charity Ratings


Founded in September 1975 by the late musician Harry Chapin and current
executive director, radio host Bill Ayres, WhyHunger began as a commitment
between two friends, and has grown into an award-winning global non-profit.
After Harry Chapin died in a tragic car accident in 1981, family, friends,
fans and the music community worked to ensure that the vision of WhyHunger
lived on. Today, WhyHunger still focuses on several fundamental principles:
working together to combat the root causes of hunger, poverty and
injustice, supporting grassroots solutions and promoting self-reliance.


WhyHunger's programs work with community-based organizations to build
capacity, multiply resources, share stories and develop connections


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