Love Food Give Food: The half way celebration!
As the Love Food Give Food campaign reaches its halfway point, we take a look at the very best of social media
Sep 28 2016
For those of you who have been following the Love Food Give Food campaign with a keen eye, you might have noticed that this year our supporters have been going above and beyond to help malnourished children around the world.
Thank you: whether you have signed up your restaurant, have eaten out and donated to the campaign, or have been making a massive stir on social media. We could not make this possible without you!
Here’s a little selection of some of our favourite images and messages so far…
Some restaurant’s in Bristol have been putting their artistic skills to the test...
It’s been fantastic to be able to see the customers who have been supporting LFGF, even if they do pull some funny faces!
Word of Love Food Give Food is spreading far and wide with restaurants and their customers getting involved from all corners of the country. Thanks to The Peat Inn in Fife and Glenapp Castle in Ayrshire for leading our support in Scotland, and to The Salty Dog in Jersey and The Boathouse, The Fishbourne and The New Inn on the Isle of Wight for keeping our small island fundraising afloat!
With all the fun that comes from the Love Food Give Food campaign, this point is also a time to remind ourselves of why this campaign is so incredibly important. Millions of children under five in the world today are suffering from acute malnutrition. Both them and their families simply don’t have access to enough nourishing food and clean water. In this day and age these figures are almost impossible to comprehend, but for those in the midst of these situations, help from aid agencies like Action Against Hunger really does mean the difference between life and death.
Last year, you helped raise an incredible £330,000 towards our work. This year, with all of your fantastic help and support, we can reach even more individuals and make a giant leap forwards in the fight against child hunger.