2022 Fall Event: The Future Is Calling

NEW YORK – OCTOBER 15, 2022

We invite you to envision our shared future.

We are living in a time of great turmoil. Yet, we can choose for this to be a turning point.

Every day, we see glimpses of a promising future around the world. Well-nourished babies. Girls in school. Farmers sustainably growing locally. Young entrepreneurs innovating. Women raising their voices. Entire communities leading lives of self-reliance and dignity.

Unfortunately, these images of hope exist within a worsening global hunger crisis. There is still enormous work for us to do – and the time is now. Together, we can transform our world.

We invite you to our Fall Event on Saturday, October 15, 2022. The evening will be filled with reflection, inspiration and connection.

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Tim Prewitt

Tim is the President and CEO of The Hunger Project. He is an international executive, CEO and board member with more than 20 years of experience leading global teams to deliver impact at scale.

Grace Chikowi

Grace is the Country Manager for THP-Malawi, having previously served as a HIV, Nutrition and Gender Officer for THP Malawi since 2014. 

Gunjan Veda

Gunjan is Senior Manager, Global Collaborative Research and Public Policy for The Movement for Community-Led Development where she leads a research team that works to strengthen the practice of community-led development (CLD) programming globally. 

John Coonrod

John is the Executive Vice President of The Hunger Project and the co-founder and global coordinate for the Movement for Community-led Development. 

Saturday, October 15

6:30 pm – 10:30 pm ET
583 PARK AVENUE – NEW YORK
63rd & Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065

Attend in Person: New York City

You are invited to The Hunger Project’s Fall Event at the historic 583 Park Avenue on Saturday, October 15, 2022. The evening will be filled with opportunities of connection, celebration and collaboration as we explore a future free from hunger.

Ticket types:

Cost: $350  

$150 is tax deductible*

Cost: $300 

For attendees age 65 and above
$100 is tax deductible*

Cost: $200

For attendees age 25 and under

Cost: $3,500

Host a table for up to 10 attendees
$1,500 is tax deductible*

To learn how your company can support and be featured at the 2022 Fall Event please contact brandi.deleon@thp.org

COVID SAFETY PROTOCOLS

Your safety is our top priority.

We will have COVID guidelines in place to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all. More information to come. For those who are unable to be with us in person, we hope you will  join us online for a live virtual experience of our Fall Event. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at rsvp@thp.org 

Saturday, October 15

6:30 pm – 10:30 pm ET
Zoom registration link.

Attend Virtually

Can’t make it to New York? We’ll bring New York to you! You can fully participate right where you are. Attend virtually for a special evening as we celebrate, renew and unite in our commitment to ending hunger. Want to increase your impact? Host a viewing party at your home, office or community center and invite others to help shape the future.

Ticket types:

Cost: $150 

Receive event materials for up to 2 virtual attendees. For more than 2 virtual attendees, please purchase a Virtual Host ticket.
$150 is tax deductible*

Cost: $300 

Receive event materials for 3+ virtual attendees.
$300 is tax deductible*

*The Hunger Project (ID: 94-2443282) is a nonprofit organization and your purchase/donation may be tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Contact your tax professional to determine deductibility. Your receipt will indicate Fair Market Value, if applicable, for your ticket type.

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