Your donation to the World Food Programme (WFP) is an effective long-term investment in building a world without hunger – where children grow up healthy and strong, families can lift themselves out of poverty, and nations can prosper.
WFP, the world’s largest humanitarian agency, relies solely on voluntary contributions to fund our lifesaving programmes. Depending on your designation, your gift helps people left without food after disasters, provides hungry schoolchildren with much needed energy to learn, and creates or rebuilds livelihoods across the globe. Click here to make a secure online donation today!
Please find below information on the major funds that WFP uses to carry out its work in the fight against hunger:
This fund supports our most pressing needs: We provide emergency food supplies to disaster survivors and feed children suffering from severe malnutrition. Your donation gives WFP the flexibility to respond with lifesaving assistance when and where it is needed the most!
Our planet produces enough food for every man, woman and child to live healthy and productive lives. Yet more than 300 million of the world’s children suffer from chronic hunger. In fact, a third of deaths in children under the age of 5 in developing countries are linked to undernutrition. By giving today, you can help WFP change a child’s life forever.
Whether refugees are fleeing war, floods are washing away homes, or a drought is destroying farmland, hunger is often the first emergency. WFP uses its logistics expertise to distribute food and emergency relief supplies to those who need it the most. Our emergency response teams are among the first to respond to emergencies and the last to leave. Making a donation to our Emergency Fund enables us to provide relief to people experiencing turmoil due to conflict and natural disasters.
ALLOCATION OF FUNDS
Every dollar donated to WFP has a big impact in the fight against hunger. You can give with confidence and be sure that your money is being put to good use. Click here to view a PDF of our 2011 Annual Report.