RightsFlow supports WhyHunger, a leading advocate for innovative, community-based solutions to hunger and poverty.
More than 49 million people in the U.S., including 13 million children, live in households that struggle to feed their families. More than 1 billion people in the world are hungry. RightsFlow joins the fight against hunger and poverty by supporting the work of WhyHunger and its Artists Against Hunger & Poverty initiative.
Artists Against Hunger & Poverty members include Bruce Springsteen, Carlos Santana, Michael McDonald, Joss Stone, Jackson Browne, Ringo Starr, Lupe Fiasco, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, Earth, Wind & Fire, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Aerosmith, Papa Roach, O.A.R., moe., Tom Morello, and many other activist-performers and indie artists. This artist-directed division of WhyHunger works with artists and the music industry to raise awareness and funds for the fight against hunger and poverty in the U.S. and around the world. RightsFlow supports this music industry effort that helps people in need in communities across the globe. This powerful network of artists is feeding children and helping families in need by providing them with food and the tools they need to help change their own lives. You can join RightsFlow and discover ways you can help. Just call or email today.
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Every day WhyHunger helps thousands of America’s hungry connect to food pantries, soup kitchens, shelter, and government programs in their neighborhoods by providing immediate help via the National Hunger Hotline 1-866-3-HUNGRY. WhyHunger also supports the work of more than 8,750 community-based organizations working on the frontlines to help poor and hungry Americans move out of poverty, more specifically helping them tap their own power to be self-reliant through job training, life skills, urban farming, after school programs, affordable housing, entrepreneurial businesses, and much more. WhyHunger is a leading advocate for innovative, community-based solutions to hunger and poverty, and challenges society to confront these problems by advancing models that create self-reliance, economic justice, and equal access to nutritious and affordable food. WhyHunger was co-founded in 1975 by artist-activist Harry Chapin and current executive director Bill Ayres..
Artists Against Hunger & Poverty Program
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