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The Hunger Project’s 2021 Gift Guide

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‘Tis the climate for change this holiday season! Check out the gift ideas below, which all give a portion of profits to The Hunger Project Australia’s mission to end hunger. 

The Gourmet Pantry’s Hamper 1 and Hamper 2 — these high-quality food hampers (pictured above) have something for everyone in them. They’re sourced from Australian suppliers with 100% of the proceeds donated to The Hunger Project Australia. The hampers contain products from some of Australia’s best-known brands – so this one will deliver the best bang for your buck!  

Montalto Wines are produced under the expert guidance of an award-winning winemaking team on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria. From November to January, $2 from every bottle of Sparkling Rose will be donated to The Hunger Project Australia’s commitment to ending hunger. 

Bared’s new ‘THP’ kicks!

Bared Footwear has been a committed supporter of The Hunger Project’s work for many years. The team at Bared create comfortable, designer footwear. This holiday season, $50 from every purchase of The Hunger Project Hornbill Sneakers, and $10 from every pack of The Hunger Project Invisible Socks will be donated to The Hunger Project Australia. 

One of our newest partnerships, Wash Wild beautifully blend native Australian Botanicals to create a highly playful set of antibacterial cleaning and care products from Wild Wash. For every Hand SanitiserHand Wash, and Body Wash sold, 50c will be donated to The Hunger Project Australia! 

Secret Sisterhood is a social enterprise sells meaningful jewelry with 100% of profits donated to women’s empowerment causes. This holiday season, $25 from the Love Intentional Necklace will be donated to ending hunger and empowering women. 

Kinnon, another long-term Hunger Project partner, is giving 50% of the proceeds of the THP x Kinnon Card Holder will be donated to The Hunger Project Australia. Buy some luxury leather goods for your loved ones this holiday season and you’ll be supporting the fight to end hunger.  

Another of our very fashionable partners, Decjuba has another stellar product on sale this Christmas season. Effortless and edgy, 100% of Decjuba’s The Hunger Project Bracelet proceeds will be directed toward The Hunger Project this season. 

Camilla, Australia’s leading bohemian luxury label has 100% of its Camilla scarf profits directed towards The Hunger Project Australia. Find these gorgeous scarves in any Camilla Boutique near you! 

BeKeane Healthy and Fit is an exciting and accessible line of activewear that is functional, fun, and made especially for curvy women! The Hunger Project Australia will receive 20% of the proceeds from the BeKeane x Hunger Project Leggings and The Hunger Project Sports Bra these holidays! 

Got someone who is hard to buy for? Why not create climate-resilient communities by giving to The Hunger Project. Just $60 could buy 40 fruit trees that will give a community enough food to eat and sell at market.

Buy your loved ones something special these holidays and be part of the change. 

Christmas Gift Guide for Giving Back

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This Christmas, give back and help end world hunger with our ultimate gift guide! Our wonderful partners have created these gorgeous products with proceeds funding our work in Africa, India and Bangladesh. They make for the perfect gift under the tree for your friends and family.

THP x Kinnon Leather Card Holders

 These stunning pebble Italian leather card-holders can be personalised with your initials. 50% of proceeds go to The Hunger Project’s commitment to ending hunger by 2030.

Decjuba Travel Bag

These sleek bags are $20 with any purchase from Decjuba and perfect for travelling or day trips.  

Urban List’s Urban Feast Card

Urban List have released their Urban Feast card that allows people to get $25 off at 20 top restaurants across Australian cities, perfect for foodies. Each gift card funds nutrition workshops in Africa. 

Hey Tiger Chocolate 

Hey Tiger produces delicious, high-quality chocolate in a range of unique flavours. As a social enterprise, the sale of each bar supports The Hunger Project’s work in Ghana. 

Camilla Scarves

Camilla are selling a range of beautiful, colourful scarves made from unused silks with all proceeds going to Camilla’s The Butterfly Effect initiative, educating and training 1,000 girls in Bihar, India. In-store only.

‘Redefine Your Future’ Bali Retreat

Treat yourself to a three-day retreat in Bali run by incredible businesswomen to re-set, refuel and reconnect. 100% of proceeds from the retreat will be donated to The Hunger Project. 

Sarah Browett Coaching Sessions

Level up in your professional or personal life and shift your mindset with one-on-one coaching. Whether you’re after wellness coaching for your work team or transformational healing, Sarah’s coaching sessions will shift your mindset and 10% of funds raised from sessions will be invested in The Hunger Project’s work in Africa, India and Bangladesh.