We are thrilled to introduce a few new faces in our Hunger Project community who have come aboard the team for the end of hunger.
Griff Morris has invested significantly in The Hunger Project’s (THP) mission to educate and empower women which has led to an investment for over 34 years both personally and professionally through his business, Solar Dwellings. Griff’s dedication to sustainably living is woven into the fabric of his business and his personal beliefs. A strong believer in thinking globally and acting locally, Griff designs sustainable homes for all budgets locally and part of that income supports THP programs ending hunger globally.
Griff joined the WA Development Board in mid-2019 and is excited to have a deeper role in The Hunger Project community.
Paul is the newest member of our wonderful development board in Victoria after meeting the THP team at a number of events and feeling touched by the stories of our village partners and the energy and passion of those who have returned from our Leadership Immersion Programs. He could sense that our community was special and fortunately had the opportunity to contribute as a Global Investor.
“I’m both honoured and excited to join the Vic Board, as THP is well recognised for its amazing work and attracts wonderful individuals to promote its cause. It’s great to formally be part of the THP family and I hope I can do my bit to help achieve THP’s mission to break the cycle of poverty and to end world hunger by 2030.”