Help Save Them BOTH!
Plants-4-Hunger is our gift-giving campaign that feeds people without harming animals.
Instead of using a "gift-pig" as food from a group like Heifer International, your gift will support on-the-ground, animal-free hunger relief projects.
Our four hand-picked programs are detailed below.
We send 100% of donations to these groups that provide both immediate assistance and long-term community solutions.
How it Works
Below are the four projects that will equally split 100% of your gift-donation.
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- Any - we mail a personalized gift-card on your behalf.
- $100 - we mail you OR your honoree an eco-utensil set & gift-card (please specify "utensils" in the comment field).
The colorful eco-utensils case has our logo and small carabiner for clipping. Set includes high-quality bamboo fork, spoon, knife, and chopsticks.
Soy Nutrition - Guatemala
Through their non-gmo soy nutrition program, Plenty International works with professors and students of agriculture in Solola to grow and distribute three varieties of non-gmo soybeans to farming families.
They also work with Guatemalan women to improve the nutrition of undernourished and vulnerable children living in squalor at the Guatemala City landfill.
Local women now produce a third of the soymilk they distribute to the children and have commercial licenses allowing them to sell their soy foods.
Food & Water Projects - multiple countries
VegFam is a UK-based organization that helps others to help themselves through self-supporting, plant-based food production projects and the provision of safe drinking water.
VegFam is currently supporting six long-term food production/water projects in Bangladesh, India, DR Congo, Kenya and Brazil.
Funding provides training, seeds, tools, fruit trees, community land, seed/food storage and food processing equipment.
Vegan Feeding Program - India
VSPCA's Vegan Meals for the Poor program provides wholesome meals that are packed in palm leaves and delivered to the poorest of the poor.
The food is a variety of lentil, a vegetable curry, a piece of fruit, and a sachet of drinking water.
The selected days are Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, as these are the days that recipients do not receive food assistance from any other program.
The pilot project served 40 people. Your gift helps Vegan Meals for the Poor expand their reach.
Food Bank Community Gardens - USA
With the Sow It Forward program of Kitchen Gardeners International, communities in need can build a food garden for only $500.
Because fresh fruits and vegetables are highly perishable, they are some of the most difficult types of food for community banks to provide.
Your donation here will help build food gardens benefitting U.S. food banks.
These exceptional gardens help recipients immediately, and keep on producing in the long-term for a continuous supply of healthy produce and protein-rich legumes.