How you can support Action Against Hunger’s vital work by dining out
Since its inception in 2011, Action Against Hunger’s annual Love Food Give Food campaign has raised over £3.5 million to support people around the world experiencing hunger. Rising food prices, the climate crisis, and global conflict have combined to push worldwide hunger levels higher – reports from the UN indicate that the overall number of people suffering from hunger has risen from 122 million to 725 million since 2019.
In addition, 4 million children need humanitarian assistance in Turkey and Syria as both countries are still recovering from the devastating earthquakes that struck at the beginning of the year. An estimated 43,000 people died in 2022 as a result of a drought in Somalia, while 20.3 million people in Sudan don’t have sufficient access to food.
Throughout the campaign, participating restaurants across the country allow diners who ‘love food’ to ‘give food’ to those in need via a £1 donation on their bill. This year 174 restaurants are taking part, including Quality Chop House, Kiln, Hakkasan (Hanway Place & Mayfair), Leroy, El Pastor, Norma, Hawksmoor, Yauatcha, Smoking Goat, and Brat. So if you’re eating out in September and October, you can help Action Against Hunger provide a malnourished child with a day’s worth of food just by adding an extra quid onto your bill.
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