Join us for the inaugural WhyHunger “Homerun for Hunger” Suite Event at Yankees Stadium. Enjoy a night at the ballpark with friends watching the New York Yankees take on the Tampa Bay Rays while you feast on all-you-can-eat ballpark fare and enjoy an open bar with beer and wine, all while celebrating WhyHunger’s work to end hunger and poverty and ensure everyone has access to good food.
The goal of the 2017 CTHG conference is to move hunger relief organizations toward strategies that promote social justice and address the root causes of hunger, using the lens of racial and economic equity.
The annual WhyHunger Chapin Awards will be held on Tuesday, June 13th at The Edison Ballroom in NYC. This special evening of music and activism will honor musician Jon Batiste and our grassroots partner Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger. Join us for an impactful night as we celebrate the work being done in the fight against hunger and poverty!
Join us to celebrate International Women’s Day and the launch of WhyHunger’s newest publication, Through Her Eyes: Women's Struggle for Food Sovereignty. Through Her Eyes lifts up the stories of 13 incredible women from the U.S. and the Global South who are fighting for food sovereignty. This event will feature a panel of women from the publication moderated by Karen Washington.
Join WhyHunger for a hilarious night at world famous Gotham Comedy Club as we roast Marianne Gambelli, Chief Investment Officer at Horizon Media and leading advertising sales executive as part of the kick-off to our 31st annual Hungerthon!
Join WhyHunger for our exclusive Hungerthon pre-campaign kick-off with New York Yankees Steakhouse and Antinori Family Estates! A limited number of tickets are available at $250 per person. All proceeds benefit WhyHunger and our work to ensure everyone has access to fresh, nutritious food.
Join whYP to drink, make new friends and support WhyHunger on Thursday, September 15th from 6:00 to 7:30 PM at Colors, a special restaurant formed by ROC United to help restaurant workers displaced by the World Trade Center tragedy and that is now a leader in advocating for workers’ rights. Tickets are $20 online or at the door, for an hour and a half of open bar which includes beer, wine, and prosecco.
La Finca del Sur is an urban farmer cooperative in the South Bronx led by Latina and Black women and their allies. They are committed to building healthy neighborhoods through economic empowerment, increased nutritional awareness, training and education, and advocating for social and political equality and food justice in low-income communities. Our very own WhyHunger staff Suzanne Babb is a member. Join us!
Join WhyHunger for a celebration of music, food, and activism! Monday, May 16th at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers, Pier 61, New York City. We will be honoring Tom Morello, the Landless Workers' Movement (MST), and Kenny Loggins.
Join us to eat, drink, make new friends, and support WhyHunger on Thursday, March 24th at COLORS, a special restaurant committed to good food and fair wages that was founded by restaurant workers who survived the World Trade Center tragedies on 9/11.
Listen to great music! On Saturday, March 12, iconic folk singer, Joe Crookston will perform at Ethical Brew in Teaneck, NJ to help raise funds for WhyHunger. Get your tickets now!
Have fun, work up a sweat, and help fight hunger! Join us for the 2016 #RideAgainstHunger benefiting WhyHunger and New Jersey Anti-Hunger Coalition on Saturday, March 5 at the Peloton Cycle Studio in New York City.
Take action! March with us to support the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) and their fight to demand justice from Wendy’s on Thursday, March 3 at 4:00pm in New York City.