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You are part of the solution to world hunger. Let World Food Day inspire you to make a difference in our world.  Attend one of the events below or host one of your own. Thousands have already joined the movement to end hunger.

What will you do? Tell us about it and put it on the map.

Here are some ideas: 

Host a World Food Day Dinner

Organize a Meal Packaging Event

Attend a Hunger Walk

Collect signatures on campus - PUSHtosign Petition - President's United to Solve Hunger

Take the Zero Hunger Challenge Commitment

Plan a FEED Supper 

Here's something you can do right now:  Take the Hunger U Challenge Quiz 


Large public events

US Food Sovereignty Prize 

October 15, 2014, Des Moines, IA Watch the event livestream:

World Food Day Discussion: Family Farming in the 21st Century

October 22, 2014, Washington, DC, National Geographic Auditorium.  Hosted by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

World Food Prize and the Borlaug Dialogues

October 15-17, 2014, Des Moines, IA – Des Moines Marriott Downtown Hotel

Online events

Global Hunger Index #GHI2014 Twitter Chat

October 16, 10-11am EDT, Join experts from @ifpri, @concern, @welthungerhilfe to discuss the findings from the latest #GHI2014 report and how to mobilize efforts to end hidden hunger and reduce nutrition insecurity throughout the world. 


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Compassion in Arts 2015

Aloha Harvest's 4th annual Compassion in Arts competition has begun and is open to middle and high school students.  All mediums will be accepted including paintings, video, photography, sculptures, dance, poetry and more. Deadline for submissions is Friday, October 3, 2015 to Aloha Harvest (3599 Waialae Avenue #23, Honolulu, HI, 96816). Overall theme is "compassion for the needy and hungry" and this year will specifically focus on World Food Day. For submission forms and more information, visit

There will be an exhibit at the Honolulu Museum of Art and will be up for two weeks.  Join us for the opening Exhibit and Awards Ceremony starting at 6:00 pm on World Food Day (Oct 16) to recognize the finalists and winners.

Parking is available in the back for $5. You can either enter from S Beretania Street (a one way) or Young Street. Pupus and refreshments will be provided and alcohol will be served! Although this is a free event, we ask that you please RSVP.

Aloha Harvest is a non-profit organization that rescues quality, donated food and delivers it free of charge to social service agencies feeding the hungry in Hawai'i.  Mirrored after City Harvest in New York, Aloha Harvest is Hawaii's only Food Rescue Program and has been around for 15 years.  Since inception, we have rescued over 14 million pounds food that would have otherwise been thrown into our landfills. Over 170 social service nonprofits benefits from our free deliveries of food donations feeding thousands each month. Events like Compassion in Arts not only brings awareness to what we do but also enables the younger generation to explore this social issue.

Friday, October 16, 2015 at 06:00 PM
Honolulu Museum of Art in Honolulu, HI
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