The Hunger Project x DECJUBA Limited-Edition T-shirt has launched for 2018!
Aiming to create change on a global scale, DECJUBA will donate 100% of proceeds to The Hunger Project. Funds raised will go towards women’s empowerment programs in India, allowing 580 women to be trained and impacting 2 million lives!
“People want to help, people want to give back and this collaboration is all about giving our customers an avenue to make an impact. We were blown away by response to last years THP tee, which is why we’re releasing this update.”
Tania Austin, Owner, DECJUBA
“Our partnership with DECJUBA goes from strength to strength each year. We’re thrilled that the 2018 THP T-Shirt range will enable women and girls to be trained by The Hunger Project in India so they can transform their villages and end hunger,”
Melanie Noden, CEO, The Hunger Project Australia
The latest philanthropic collaboration is part of an on-going partnership, which saw DECJUBA raise $160,000 for the female focused charity in 2017. Aiming to make this year even more successful, DECJUBA is extending its reach, utilising relationships with international influencers to drive the collaboration.
“We’re fortunate to have a number of amazing influencers who are super excited to help us drive this incredible cause. Combining their reach with ours means that we can bring even greater awareness to The Hunger Project and their work.”
A world where every woman, man and child leads a healthy, fulfilling life of self-reliance and dignity.
With a strong focus on the empowerment of women, The Hunger Project is a not-for-profit organisation committed to ending hunger globally by 2030.
Focused in rural areas in India, Bangladesh, Africa & Latin America, The Hunger Project trains women to be self-reliant and empowers them to be change agents within their communities.
“I acknowledge DECJUBA – under Tania’s leadership – for being a role model for the world, in demonstrating what is looks like when entrepreneurs and businesses engage their communities as global citizens. This kind of strategic thinking, creativity and bravery will make a difference to the end of hunger everywhere.”
Suzanne Frindt, president and CEO, The Hunger Project Global.
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