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Highlighting our partnership with Hey Tiger

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From time to time we shine a spotlight on our incredible partners. Today we are highlighting the delicious and generous Hey Tiger chocolate!

Despite the challenges we all faced across 2020, Hey Tiger’s ongoing commitment to The Hunger Project and the work we’re doing with cocoa farming communities in Ghana remains an inspiration to us.

Together with Hey Tiger customers, their total donation to THP is over $400,000. This incredible investment from Hey Tiger and their community continues to empower the Ehiamankyene (pronounced YEAH-MAN-CHE-NE) community to become agents of their own development and lift themselves out of hunger and poverty.

In 2020 alone:

  • Women in the local community have taken up leadership roles through women’s empowerment workshops.
  • Children’s health has been a priority: 734 children were monitored for their weight and nutrition to help prevent malnutrition, 315 children were vaccinated against deadly but preventable diseases and 89 women accessed prenatal services.
  • A local social enterprise has been established by the community and is now up and running, renting out all sorts of items, from marquees and chairs to mattresses and tricycles – the profits from this social enterprise are reinvested back into the community.
  • Knowledge and resources were shared to keep COVID-19 in check including running educational sessions, building handwashing stations, providing 25kg of soap and distributing gloves and masks.

Some messages from our Village Partners in Ghana.

“My children are young. Because of the vision I have for their education, I’ve already started saving for the highest-level education so I can have enough money to support them. Today, I have 700 cedis (190 AUD) already saved in my account.” – Alesia Bua, Ghana


“It is my vision that my children will attain the highest level of education and become responsible adults. I owe much gratitude to The Hunger Project for transforming my life.” – Yaw Sekyi, Ehiamankyene community.

Hey Tiger founder Cyan Ta’eed says, “The Hunger Project is an incredible organisation, and I’ve been so impressed with their work. I hope you’ll consider supporting them, especially if you’re passionate about the things that Hey Tiger stands for.”

The latest THP products to get your hands on.

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Throughout the pandemic, our amazing partners are as deeply committed as ever to create sustainable change for our village partners and raise much needed funds for The Hunger Project’s work.  

Bared Footwear, a Melbourne-based, podiatrist-designed footwear brand, has launched the ‘Hornbill THP’ – a sneaker for all day comfort$50 from every pair of sneakers sold will be invested in THP, supporting communities in Malawi as they take action to reach Self-Reliance. 

Inclusive activewear brand BeKeane Healthy and Fit has launched THP crop tops and leggings so now you can get your exercise done in style while making a difference globally. 20% of all sales of the limitededition crop tops and leggings will be invested in THP.

Alkam, a sustainable Australian fashion label, has released a THP scrunchie available in 2 fabrics and 3 colours, crafted from fabric offcuts to reduce waste. 100% of profits from scrunchie sales will be invested in THP.

Coming Soon

Something exciting is coming for the month of October in partnership with our friends at Secret Sisterhood, a jewellery brand and social enterprise. Stay tuned for an announcement from us soon in your inbox!