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Helping End Hunger For good

Our partners make a world of difference. They are often the difference between a child receiving a school meal, or going to bed hungry.

Corporate Partners

WFP USA strongly believes in the power of private-sector collaboration to solve hunger. We are grateful for our corporate partners that help us end hunger.

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CRM Partners

WFP USA is grateful to our cause-related marketing partners who help us end hunger through CRM campaigns.

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Employee Giving

Support WFP through workplace giving. See if your company will double your donation today.

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Find the right program to build on your unique strengths

WFP USA works with you to find the right program to build on your unique strengths and effectively engage your employees and consumers:

  • Strategic philanthropic giving
  • Employee engagement campaigns
  • Immediate humanitarian and emergency relief
  • Cause-marketing and consumer engagement activities
  • Sponsorship and event participation

Your commitment makes an incredible difference. Because of your support, WFP can reach more people with the food they need to survive and the programs and resources they need to thrive. Your generosity saves and changes lives.

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Partnering to end global hunger

Why Invest in Zero Hunger?

Food is one of life’s most basic building blocks. That’s why U.S. companies can — and should — play a critical role in improving global food security.

Why Partner with WFP USA?

To partner with WPF is to partner with the world’s largest humanitarian agency, reaching over 90 million people in more than 80 countries every year.

Emergency Response

When disaster strikes, WFP is among the first humanitarian organizations on the ground, delivering lifesaving food assistance when it matters most.

School Meals: Feeding Dreams

WFP is the world’s largest provider of school meals, which are often the only reliable source of nutrition for children in impoverished communities.

Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke

WFP USA’s Emergency Relief Fund enables our donors to help the people who need it most in times of crisis.

Created to finance WFP humanitarian relief operations during disasters and emergencies, the fund provides an efficient, flexible solution for investors looking to expedite their charitable gifts to immediately address lifesaving logistics and food needs at the onset of a disaster or emergency.

WFP USA’s Emergency Relief Fund

Financial Information

We are committed to being transparent with our donors. Here you'll find resources like our 990s, tax information and privacy policy.

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Annual Reports

See the evolution of WFP's work through our annual reports, and meet our global community.

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501(c)(3) Tax Determination Letter

WFP USA is exempt from tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and qualifies for the maximum charitable contribution deduction by donors.

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Take Action

Take the Hunger Quiz

How much do you know about hunger? Take these five questions and find out. The answers may surprise you!

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Be a ZeroHunger Hero

Set up your monthly lifesaving gift right now, and help deliver food to hungry people around the world.

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Sign the ZeroHunger Pledge

Families in crisis need your help. Your signature is powerful than you know. Sign our pledge today.

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Interact With Our Infographic

Of the 821 million hungry people in the world, 60% are women and girls. Help spread the word.

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Featured Stories

Photo: WFP/Nicolás Cabrera Top Five Ways Climate Change Drives Hunger

Right now, 80 percent of the world’s hungry people live in areas prone to natural disasters and extreme weather, which creates exactly the right conditions for hunger to take hold. Here are the top five ways extreme weather leads to hunger.

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Photo: WFP/Nicolás Cabrera Forced to Restart Her Life, Twice

Armed conflict forced Leticia and her family to flee Colombia 20 years ago. Now, the crisis in Venezuela is forcing her to return to her country empty-handed. This is her story.

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Photo: WFP USA History's Hunger Heroes: Bob Dole

Bob Dole has dedicated his career to public service and hunger relief.

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