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Ways to end hunger through your workplace

Did you know that many companies will double or even triple your tax-deductible donation? Some even match gifts made by their employees’ spouses or retirees.

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WFP USA understands the importance of being guided by a greater mission. Employee engagement enhances job satisfaction, loyalty and dedication toward your organization’s goals. It supports individual performance and drives business outcomes.

Organizations with highly engaged employees had an average three-year revenue growth 2.3 times greater than those whose employees showed average engagement, according to a report by the University of North Carolina.

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See if your company has a matching gift program and support WFP USA through your workplace:

Please email matchinggifts@wfpusa.org with questions.

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Take the Hunger Quiz

How much do you know about the causes of global hunger? Let’s find out! The answers may surprise you.

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Sign the ZeroHunger Pledge

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

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Interact With Our Infographic

Conflict is the #1 cause of hunger in the world. Click and scroll through our interactive infographic to learn more.

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Play the Freerice Game

For every question you answer correctly, the equivalent of 10 grains of rice are donated to WFP.

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