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Corporate Partners

Charity Corporate Partners

Corporate Partners

The support and help we receive from our corporate partners is hugely important. We are proud to work with some of the most recognisable brands in the country, through to smaller companies and new start-ups who wish to place their charity activities right at the heart of their businesses. Whatever the difference in size between our partners, the one aspect that unites them all is a big heart and a keen desire to help us end childhood malnutrition in our generation.

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Our current partners

Starbucks, the world-renowned American coffee shop, commenced their partnership with Action Against Hunger in 2017. They have raised over £65,000 to date through their food waste prevention initiative. During the last hour of trading any food nearing expiry that would otherwise be thrown out will be sold at a 50% discount. Proceeds from the sale of each item will in turn be donated to Action Against Hunger.

Carluccio’s, the Italian restaurant chain, is a long-term partner of Action Against Hunger, having raised more than £1.9 million to date by donating 50p from each sale of the dish Penne Giardiniera. Carluccio’s staff have also raised funds by running marathons and cycling the length of the UK.

Between 2013 and 2016, the Innocent Foundation contributed £900,000 to a unique research study conducted by Action Against Hunger in Mali and Pakistan. The study will be used to press for global change, helping to reduce the number of children globally suffering from malnutrition. New projects with the innocent foundation are in the pipeline. 

unearthed®, food supplier of regionally produced foods sold exclusively in Waitrose, have been supporting Action Against Hunger since June 2010 by donating 1p from the sale of every item across its product range. The partnership has raised over £574,595 supporting an innovative nutrition project in Rajasthan, India.

Ed’s Easy Diner, the retro-American Diner chain, has partnered up with Action Against Hunger since late 2013 – raising over £244,239 for the charity via donations from each song played on its classic jukeboxes within the Diners, and other extra exciting fundraising activities organised by Ed’s team members.

Paypal Giving Fund, the charity arm of Ebay, is supporting Action Against Hunger by offering customers the opportunity to make a donation at checkout when they purchase goods through Ebay.


Pho, an authentic Vietnamese street food restaurant specialising in the national dish of Vietnam, with restaurants in London, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, & Leeds, are supporting Action Against Hunger with our Love Food Give Food campaign.

Fourth, alongside the Edwina Lilly Charitable Foundation, are funding a £50,000 project in the Govandi slums of Mumbai.


Palringo is the world’s largest network of mobile gaming communities, connecting people around the world to chat and play. For the last two years, Palringo has chosen Action Against Hunger as one of its official partners for its annual charity campaign, raising over £228,000 for our work. You can read about their 2016 fundraising campaign here.  


The Hawksmoor Group – described as one of the best places to eat out in London, have raised over £1,000,000 by donating 50p from their dessert of the month, hosting a popular annual online raffle, and hosting the popular Hawksmoor Dinner. Furthermore, all proceeds from their fantastic book ‘Hawksmoor at Home’ go to Action Against Hunger.

BOL Foods have supported Action Against Hunger since 2016, donating the entire profits of their first year of operations (£35,000)


BaxterStorey, the UK's leading independent contract caterer, are donating to Action Against Hunger through a new sourdough pizza concept open to all of their sites.

Camino, the London-based authentic Spanish tapas restaurants and bars, has supported Action Against Hunger for many years by adding a 50p donation on selected dishes, with donations currently coming from their Crispy Baby Squid.


Our partnership with Argentinian cuisine chain CAU began with CAUnival in August 2015. CAU donate 20p from all their Cornflake Ice Cream Sundaes to Action Against Hunger, as well as fundraising with special promotions and staff fundraising.

The Collective and Action Against Hunger are planning an exciting new partnership for this year, so watch this space! Previously, they teamed up with dedicated charity supporter chef Anna Hansen to launch an epicurean Rhubarb, Vanilla & Lemongrass Limited Edition yoghurt to raise money for our work. The yoghurt sold in all major supermarkets in the UK from May 2015 for a limited time only, donating 5p from every sale to our international humanitarian work around the world. 

Starting in 2018, Ape Snacks commenced their ‘2 and 2 for good campaign’ where they have committed to donating 2% of their net profits each year and will donate the equivalent of 2% of their total salaries.

CGA Peach, publishers of the highly acclaimed Peach Report, have been a key media sponsor since 2011, supporting Action Against Hunger at their events and in their trade magazine.

Restaurant Property ask for an optional £50 donation to Action Against Hunger for every invoice they provide, when they find the ideal properties for the restaurants they work with.

L'Unico Caffé Musetti, Italy’s award-winning espresso coffee, has been a long-time sponsor and supporter of the Love Food Give Food campaign and provides in kind support for the Fine Wine Auction and other Action Against Hunger events throughout the year.

For every booking through the Luxury Restaurant Guide, 25p per cover is donated to Action Against Hunger.

Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year has proudly to partnered with Action Against Hunger since the Awards were inaugurated in 2011. Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year is recognised as the world’s leading Awards celebrating the art and diversity of food photography and film. The On the Phone category is dedicated to Action Against Hunger, and is for pictures of food taken any time, any place, anywhere, on a mobile phone. For every image entered to this category, £2 goes to Action Against Hunger.


The Snaffling Pig, who appeared on Dragon's Den in August 2016, donate 25p from every jar of their flavoured pork crackling sold on their website. 

Shake Shack raised £28,232 for Action Against Hunger in 2017 during their Great British Shake Sale. Throughout the month of August, Shake Shack guests who donated £2 or more to Action Against Hunger received a card for a complimentary hand-spun Shake – valued at £5 – redeemable on their next visit. 

Award-winning Indian restaurant Cinnamon Culture is supporting Action Against Hunger through sales of its luxurious Travancore lobster with rich Alleppey sauce and lemon ginger rice £1 from every dish sold goes towards the charity.

Coconut water and coconut product brand Cocofina, who appeared on Dragon's Den in August 2016, support Action Against Hunger with a cause related marketing campaign, donating 10p for each case of products sold in supermarkets and health stores around the world.

Delicious Magazine has been supporting Action Against Hunger as a media sponsor since 2009, providing extensive coverage of the charity’s Love Food Give Food campaign through editorial features and promotion on the delicious magazine website. 

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Food delivery company Deliveroo donated 1p from every meal delivered across the UK from June 2015 to December 2016. They also fundraise through staff activites at their headquarters in London.

A beautiful vineyard in south-west France, Domaine Du Grand Mayne, produces award-winning red, white and rosé wines, and supports Action Against Hunger through gifts in kind at our charity special events.

Harden's - the UK's most authoritative source of London and UK Restaurant Reviews, has been a long-time supporter of the charity's Love Food Give Food campaign. Harden's support the charity by providing coverage of the campaign and associated events.

JCI Manchester, a network of young professionals, raise money for Action Against Hunger through a variety of fun staff events.

Jus-Rol support Action Against Hunger with a bespoke social media campaign during British Pie Week, celebrated every year.


Little by Little Jewellery create food inspired collections, combining their culinary and artistic inspirations. For every item they sell, a donation is given to Action Against Hunger.  

Bakery and café chain Paul, with over 30 branches in the UK, are donating the 5p plastic bag charges they receive from their customers to our work. 

Reynolds, one of the UK's leading fresh fruit and vegetable distributors and fresh produce suppliers to the catering industry, supports Action Against Hunger with Gift in Kind donations for our pop up restaurant at Taste of London.

Action Against Hunger is the official charity partner of the UK Taste festivals, including Taste of London, Taste of Edinburgh and Taste of Christmas.  The partnership provides support through PR and marketing and Action Against Hunger’s exclusive pop-up restaurants at some of the Taste events.

Specialist Mexican cooking supplier, the Cool Chile Co. has supported Action Against Hunger since September 2014 by donating 1p from the sale of every freshly made tortillas sold. 

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Urban Merchants is one of the UK’s leading fine food suppliers, providing a professional, reliable gourmet food delivery service to restaurants, hotels and independent food connoisseurs alike.  Urban Merchants have chosen to support Action Against Hunger by adding a £1 discretionary donation to customers’ orders processed through their website. 

Safestore have kindly gifted free storage to Action Against Hunger at their Charlton branch since 2008.  

In 2015 The Soneva Foundation supported a Community based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) programme in the Saptari District, Nepal. The Foundation’s grant will fund prevention, treatment and advocacy activities in Nepal to help train community health workers and strengthen the national health department to help end child hunger in Nepal.

Vanilla Bean, recognised as one of London’s leading catering companies, support Action Against Hunger by supplying bespoke catering advice and services, and by donating auction prizes for Action Against Hunger’s fundraising dinners.

Mineral water supplier Wenlock Spring supports Action Against Hunger with Gift in Kind donations for our fundraising dinners and other events throughout the year. 

The World Water Foundation are working with Action Against Hunger on water and sanitation projects.



Previous partners include:


Renowned luxury jeweller Cartier supported Action Against Hunger in 2008 through making a donation from sales of their Love Bracelet, as part of their Love Campaign, supporting a range of children’s charities.


Survey Monkey

SurveyMonkey, an online survey software service company, has chosen Action Against Hunger is one of the nominated charities for its ‘Survey Monkey Contribute’ programme, which offers members the chance to make a donation for each survey that they complete.


The Richoux Group

The Richoux Group PLC has hosted a 5-a-side football tournament since 2013, inviting employees and suppliers to form teams, and helping to raise funds for Action Against Hunger. You can read about the 2016 tournament here.


Robert Welch

Designers Robert Welch have created a re-usuable cotton bag. Retailing at £2.50, £1 from every bag sold with go to Action Against Hunger.



Coregeo, the licensee for Tenderstem® broccoli and Pink Lady® apples, supported Action Against Hunger in 2014 as a key sponsor of the Love Food Give Food campaign. The company also provides in kind support for our foodie networking events.


Ping Pong

Ping Pong, renowned for its authentic Dim Sum Chinese cuisine, has supported Action Against Hunger since 2012 with donations through the sale of Chinese New Year cocktails, delicious wantons and a 50p donation on items on its Festive Menu .



Insurance company Amundi was the headline sponsor of the 2015 “Rendezvous Run”, in which 15 teams from City insurance companies drive from London to Monte Carlo in classic Citroen CVs to raise money for good causes. Action Against Hunger was one of the four beneficiary charities of the event.



Bibendum, one of the UK’s leading independent wine wholesalers, selected Action Against Hunger as their charity partner in 2012. In addition to in-kind donations, Bibendum employees raised funds through taking part in challenge events, and volunteering with Action Against Hunger’s food related fundraising activities.


Hogan Lovells

Staff at leading law firm Hogan Lovells selected Action Against Hunger as their Charity of the Year partner for 2013.  Managed from the UK, this was a global partnership involving Hogan Lovells' 44 offices worldwide, bringing together 5,000 lawyers and support staff to participate in shared activities.



ICAP, one of the world’s largest inter-dealer brokers, selected Action Against Hunger as a charity partner for its 2014 Charity Trading Day, when celebrities will hit the phones to sell shares to raise money for charity.


Knight Frank

Leading estate agent and global property consultancy Knight Frank have supported Action Against Hunger through corporate donations in response to our emergency appeals.



Velocity the leading mobile payment app, was our 2015 Headline Sponsor. They supported our work globally, including an exciting project in India.