We’re so proud to be a long standing supporter of The Hunger Project through our THP x Kinnon card holders, which sees 50% of the sales going directly to THP, to fund their mission to create a world without hunger.  

Click here to shop our collection of six card holders for yourself or as a gift that makes a difference. Each piece is presented in a branded gift box and includes a card that tells the story of how your purchase has contributed to THP's mission.

"Kinnon has been a long-time investor in THP and we’re delighted that Beth and the team have created these beautiful products. This is a new way for the community to make a global impact through their Kinnon purchases. The funds raised through the sale of the cardholders will enable people living in hunger to transform into leaders and create lives of self-reliance and dignity,”
Melanie Noden, CEO, The Hunger Project Australia

To date, and with your help, Kinnon’s contribution has provided the opportunity for 210 microfinance loans and financial literacy training to women in their focus countries, to empower them to make change.

Why we’ve chosen to THP and what we love about their work, is that they see people living in hunger as the solution, not the problem. The Hunger Project shifts the mindsets of women and men so they transform into leaders for the sustainable end of hunger. Then, through their programs such as education, microfinance, agriculture and health, they empower people with the skills, knowledge and resources they need to break the poverty cycle themselves.

 “We are thrilled to be supporting the absolutely amazing work of The Hunger Project. Their approach to empower and educate those living in poverty and hunger to be a part of creating their own change, is incredible."
Beth Richards, Founder & Creative Director, Kinnon

The Hunger Project in numbers:

  • Reach 17 million people globally
  • Work in 16,000 villages
  • Trained more than 395,000 local volunteers
  • Deliver programs in 8 countries in Africa, India and Bangladesh

For more information, please visit www.thp.org.au

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