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Be a Foundation Partner

Our foundation partners help feed the future of thousands of people worldwide and help communities get back on their feet after an emergency.

Feed the Future

With the visionary leadership of our partners, we are able to confidently work with communities to enable populations to escape the cycle of hunger, malnutrition and poverty. We work hard to help families and communities achieve stability, improve their health and become truly resilient to shocks.

If you’re a foundation looking for more information about WFP USA, please contact us at (202) 627-3939 or email foundations@wfpusa.org.

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Partnerships Make This Work Possible

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Photo: WFP/Sayed Asif Mahmud/2022 Growing Entrepreneurship: How WFP Is Empowering Women in the World's Largest Refugee Camp

Over four years, the profits of Hason's farming business have grown steadily – allowing her to build a house, pay for the education of her six children and support her adult children's marriages.

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Photo: WFP/Arete/ Saiyna Bashir/2021 Needs at All-Time High Even Before the War in Ukraine, Food Crises Report Says

The number of people facing severe hunger continues to grow at an alarming rate, according to the 2022 Global Report on Food Crises.  

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Photo: WFP/Alaa Noman/2021 Women Are Leading and Feeding Their Families Across the Globe. Meet Seven of Them.

Here are seven stories of mothers who are protecting, caring for and feeding their families. Each simply wants their children to live in safety with access to good food and education.

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