The corporate sector is a significant player in achieving our goal to end hunger and poverty by 2030. We are proud of our innovative, strategic partnerships with like-minded organisations who share our vision for a world free from hunger. Our corporate partners invest funds, expertise, skills, resources and networks to enable us to maximise our impact and effectiveness and to scale our work globally. We seek to ensure that our partnerships are purposeful and provide a valued benefit exchange that allows companies to align their organisation’s goals with our work.
The Hunger Project offers groundbreaking leadership training programs and workshops to engage and develop people and culture within organisations to realise the potential of management and staff. We love to develop creative partnership models that can invigorate and inspire your business and staff, provide them with more meaning in their work, and align them to a united purpose.
If you are interested in exploring what a partnership between your business and The Hunger Project could look like, please contact Tara Donnelly, Head of Communications & Partnerships on (02) 9222 9088 or email@example.com.
We are proud to partner with these innovative businesses that are committed to working with us to end hunger. Their contribution enables us to create significant impact globally, empowering people living in chronic hunger to break the poverty cycle and transform their lives. We would like to thank them for their vision, commitment and action towards our mission.
Bared Footwear partnered with us for the month of June 2019, donating $10 for every pair of shoes sold to THP. As a result, the company invested an outstanding $40,000! Bared continue to invest and mobilise their community to support THP.View website >
Benevolence Financial Group
Benevolence Financial Group is a mortgage broker that give back. The Hunger Project’s Microfinance loan program is one of the three causes they support, giving 10% of proceeds when a customer chooses to support The Hunger Project to our programs empowering women to end hunger.View website >
Since 2011, 170 Business Chicks Premium members have travelled to 6 different THP countries including Bangladesh, India, Uganda, Mexico, Senegal and Malawi on the THP & Business Chicks leadership immersion program. The fully immersive six-day trip has proven completely transformative for all involved. To date, this group has raised more than $2 million for The Hunger Project.View website >
Through ‘The Butterfly Effect. Camilla x The Hunger Project’, the Camilla tribe partners with THP’s Adolescent Girls’ Program in Bihar, India. To date, as a result of the program, 339 child marriages have been averted and 288 girls who had dropped out of school have since re-enrolled.VIEW WEBSITE >
CitySwoon runs speed dating nights across Australia and has hosted their Speed Dating to End Hunger events in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney, with all proceeds from tickets sold going to The Hunger Project.View website >
Classic Finance is a boutique mortgage broking business. Founder Nancy Youssef has raised $160,000 to date for the Human Kind Project, a dear partner of THP.View website >
Commonwealth Bank Australia
We partnered with Commonwealth Bank for 6 years, with 140+ executives from their Corporate Financial Services division having gone through our corporate leadership immersion program in India to date and becoming ‘Change Leaders’ back in the business.View website >
Conexus Financial are a long-time partner of The Hunger Project through their Chief Executive and Founder, Colin Tate. The business has partnered particularly with the Mbale community in Uganda which celebrated reaching Self-Reliance in 2019.View website >
To-date, Decjuba has raised $1 million for The Hunger Project through the creation and sales of special and limited edition THP products including tees, totes and pouches. Team Decjuba has also participated on THP’s leadership immersion programs. Now, Decjuba is partnering with the Oruka and Mpigi Epicentre communities in Uganda to reach Self-Reliance.VIEW WEBSITE >
Hallow Brands is a proud supporter of The Hunger Project. $1 from every online sale goes directly to The Hunger Project to help fund our work in Africa, India and Bangladesh.
Their most recent Kinnon x THP collaboration, a collection of leather card holders, is making a difference with 50% of every sale going to The Hunger Project.
Herbana is an online store selling green, toxic-free beauty products. They offer three causes for customers to choose upon check-out, with The Hunger Project being one, and donate 1% of sales to our programs when we’re chosen.View website >
Hey Tiger works with The Hunger Project to fund lifesaving community development work for cocoa farming communities in the Ehiamankyene region in Ghana. The business has committed to investing over $350,000 by 2022 in THP’s work in Ghana.View website >
Human Kind Project
Through Human Kind Project, Australian entrepreneurs invest in partnering with the Nchalo community in Malawi through to Self-Reliance, as well as THP’s maternal and child health, and microfinance programs.View website >
i=Change weaves philanthropy into everyday purchases. When buying from a range of high quality brands, your purchases contribute funds to The Hunger Project’s work ending child marriage in Bangladesh. So far, 23 brands have invested more than $110,000 through the i=Change platform.View website >
A group of 10 staff members from Karrikins Group participated in a THP leadership immersion program to Malawi to experience our work first-hand.View website >
Like Minded B's Drinking Wine
This fun group for women entrepreneurs has run a number of events raising funds for THP, most recently via their first global conference held in Sydney in early 2020.View website >
Macquarie Group Foundation
The Macquarie Group Foundation is a generous investor in The Hunger Project’s work through their employee matching scheme.View website >
Niche Education Group
Niche Education Group is a Registered Training Organisation specialising in qualifications in the field of aesthetics, screen and media and remedial massage. Niche colleges raise funds for The Hunger Project through their student clinics, where 15% of the treatment fee is donated. The Australian College of Beauty Therapy has raised over $40,000 for various THP projects.View website >
Nova Entertainment enables THP to amplify our message to their audience via pro bono digital and radio ads, and engages their staff through our annual Unleashed campaign.View website >
Peeplcoach is an interactive and self-paced career coaching platform that helps professionals find satisfaction in their work and boost their health & wellbeing. The business invests $1 per participant every month into THP’s work.View website >
Showpo has been working closely with The Hunger Project since 2017 to help raise funds and awareness for the movement towards ending hunger and poverty. Showpo fundraises through their annual sample sales, donating all of the proceeds from the event to The Hunger Project. To date, Showpo has invested almost $100,000 through their sample sales.View website >
More than 30 Sovereign staff have participated in two Hunger Project leadership immersion programs. This was the first collaboration by The Hunger Project Australia in New Zealand.View website >
SuperFastDiet believes in doing business for good. 10% of the company’s revenue goes directly to giving including to Human Kind Project, a dear partner of THP.View website >
The Talent Connective
The Talent Connective gives 10% of their revenue from each recruitment to The Hunger Project. In doing this The Talent Connective create sustainable business opportunities for communities in India, Africa, Latin America and Bangladesh through microfinance loans and financial literacy training provided by The Hunger Project.View website >
The Urban List team have created a number of innovative initiatives over the years as a partner of THP’s Unleashed campaign – most recently through their Urban Feast rewards card, with a portion of proceeds invested back into THP.View website >
Wellness In Real Life
Wellness In Real Life is a social enterprise that focuses on healing people’s relationship with food. A portion of profits from their Wellness Workshops are directed to The Hunger Project’s work in Africa, India and Bangladesh.View website >
Pro bono partners
Hamilton Locke is a legal practice that supports THP through providing pro bono legal advice and also creating opportunities for exposure and fundraising.View website >
L&A is a specialist social media strategy and implementation agency, and they donate their time and skills to advise us on the most effective ways to engage our community via social media.View website >
Labelium develops and manages our Google search engine advertising. Their support helps us increase our reach through strategic online marketing.VIEW WEBSITE >
McKinsey & Company
In partnership with McKinsey & Company, we have designed, developed and implemented specific programs for senior leadership teams, for example at Commonwealth Bank. The programs are based on the lessons we’ve learned from our village partners – and are built to drive cultural and behavioural changes, and shift the mindsets of management and staff.View website >
Nibble Digital is a digital marketing agency that provides THP with website and digital advice to transform our online presence.View website >
Prue is an outstanding professional photographer who graciously lends her expertise to capture THP’s work in country, and also in Australia.View website >