What We Do
The World Food Bank Foundation knows that truly sustainable food security requires access to education, and access to markets. We support award winning educational programming that lifts millions out of poverty each and every year.
Further, we support farmers in weakened markets by purchasing their excess commodities and upcycling them into fortified meals for hungry schoolchildren and disaster victims.
The World Food Bank Foundation is unique in its combined mission to respond quickly and efficiently to disasters and to empower those in developing markets to become sustainably food secure and resilient.
Zero Hunger Sponsors
There are thousands of projects and programs out there working to feed people. However, there are very few that are focused on building long-term solutions to food security that are scalable.
We believe the efficient road to zero hunger is paved with systematic solutions that are both sustainable and scalable. The foundation is dedicated to supporting those solutions with guidance, connections, volunteers, and funding.
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What People Are Saying
“When our local Masai tribe had to eat all of their milk producing during the horrible drought, the World Food Bank Foundation brought in a truck load of food and live animals to restock the tribe in just a few days.”
“I like to know that when there is a disaster WFB Foundation is working to do more than just feed people when they are hungry. They create permanent solutions for food insecurity that make farmers resilient.”
“I am so proud of the work the World Food Bank Foundation is doing. They are working to upcycle ripe fruits and vegetables from grocers and regional farms to create super tasty and healthy energy bars for school systems across the U.S.”
Philanthropy Initiative Award
World Food Bank was chosen by Financial Times Families for their Philanthropy Initiative in their printed edition on September 27th.