It was 40 years ago when Harry Chapin
was shouting to me below my motel room
about WhyHunger. He left the
world a much better place.
Bruce Springsteen | Musician and Founding Member of AAH&P
ARTISTS AGAINST HUNGER AND POVERTY
Artists have a unique power to spark change. Since day one, WhyHunger and its co-founder, the late musician and activist Harry Chapin, have been mobilizing artists and their fans to raise funds, build awareness and spark action. WhyHunger has partnered with hundreds of musicians, photographers and chefs to support lasting solutions to hunger and build the movement for food justice.
Join artists like Bruce Springsteen, Yoko Ono Lennon, Aarón Sánchez, Carlos Santana, Brandi Carlile, Michael McDonald, Tom Morello, Trampled By Turtles and so many more to build a just, hunger free world.
4 weeks ago
From WhyHunger receptionist to Executive Director, Noreen Springstead's 30 years at WhyHunger demonstrates her lifelong commitment to ending hunger and ensuring everyone’s human right to nutritious food. Today, we congratulate Noreen on pursuing a new leadership opportunity in the food and health equity space. Learn more here: bit.ly/3WTArls. Thank You, Noreen and we wish you all the best on your new journey! ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
Don't miss MIKE ROCKET's performance tonight at 7pm at The Loft at City Winery NYC. Mike will perform alongside Rachael Sage & Liah Alonso and 25% of ticket sales go to WhyHunger.
Get your tickets here now: citywinery.com/newyork/Online/seatSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOpara... The person who buys the most tickets will win a special WhyHunger merchandise gift package!
Can’t make it to City Winery? You can still support and donate at www.whyhunger.org/donate ... See MoreSee Less
Emily Kinney performs “Never Leave LA” on SiriusXM’s Today Show Radio for Hungerthon
Jesse Colin Young and Steve Miller’s re-record “Get Together” available via SongAid
Molly Tuttle’s cover of Neil Young’s “Helpless” featuring Old Crow Medicine Show & proceeds going to WhyHunger
Carlos and Cindy Santana joined forces with SongAid and WhyHunger with their version of John Lennon’s “Imagine”