Check out the top 10 fundraisers for this year's World Vision 40 Hour Famine! The funds you raise will help protect children in sub-Saharan Africa from the hunger pandemic. Your fundraising will help give children and their families the tools they need for a hunger-free future – food, seeds, chickens, training, and more.
Every year we're so inspired by the creative ways Kiwis challenge themselves to raise funds and awareness for children living in extreme poverty.
On a mission to help feed a family for an entire year, 7-year-old Oscar completed a mammoth 6 hour, 22.5km cross country rogaine to reach his ambitious goal to raise $2,000.
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Nick from Sanitarium experienced both pain and joy as he cycled a whopping 1,000 kilometres to raise as much money as possible for this year's World Vision 40 Hour Famine.
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Rohil and Jack from Wakatipu High School took their fundraising challenge to new heights, spending over 40 hours in a Queenstown gondola cabin.
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Wairarapa College students put on a Concert for a Cause to raise funds for the World Vision 40 Hour Famine. The concert was a great night featuring incredibly talented student artists.
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Make sure all that hard work counts! Collect and bank your donations so together we can make a difference.
Join the World Vision 40 Hour Famine to stop the hunger pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa.
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Right now millions of kids are hungry and have no idea where their next meal will come from.