Wednesday, February 25, 2009

How Can You Eradicate World Hunger?

Only $19 billion a year could eradicate hunger, Last year the world consumed $47 billion in ice cream.

With the support of out impact partner Feed the Children, Humanity Unites Brilliance (HUB) delivers food to places in need. For example in Kenya, HUB feeds children in a Nairobi school system, as well as provides nourishment to women in micro-loan circles.The largest slum in Nairobi is Kibera, with over 1 million people living there. The Olympic Primary School serves the children of that area. With our “Food-4-Education” program, HUB serves up two meals a day to children who attend the school. HUB helps attendance increase, which in turn helps grades go up. In addition, the children take a portion of their food back to their mothers and siblings in the slums, enhancing the feeding effort.

HUB connects aid organizations and volunteers together to handle the growing needs on our streets for those in economic crisis. In 2008, Feed the Children, the Salvation Army, Feed 333, the National Basketball Association and an army of compassionate companies and volunteers joined together to carry out, Miracle on Main Street, the single largest food drop in USA history. Feeding tens of thousands of families.

Humanity Unites Brilliance Provides You with:
• Empowerment training from some of the world’s greatest leaders and teachers.
• Weekly Education Curriculum in three areas:
- Business Growth
- Personal Development
- Humanitarian Impact
• Connection to like-minded people around the globe.
• Opportunities to participate in humanitarian programs throughout the world.
feeding up to 3 children, educating up to 3 children, providing clean drinking
water for up to 10 people, and environmental sustainability training for up to
16 people, every month! HUB is constantly working to provide you with the field
reports about the individual children and women you are supporting in each
compassion community.

Be a part of a new source of change in the world.

Zachery Robert Davis
Humanity Unites Brilliance

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