Herbalife Nutrition, along with the Herbalife Nutrition Foundation (HNF), announced it has a new nonprofit partner, The Hunger Project, under its Nutrition for Zero Hunger (NFZH) initiative.
The Foundation has made an initial donation of $30,000 to fund the organization’s women-centered, community-led development and educational programs. Together they will invest in rural communities around the world affected by food insecurity and malnutrition.
“The Nutrition for Zero Hunger global initiative is our way to help eradicate hunger and give people the nutrition they need,” said Alan Hoffman, executive vice president, Global Corporate Affairs, Herbalife Nutrition. “We are proud to stand with The Hunger Project and support their global efforts.”
Through this partnership, under the Nutrition for Zero Hunger initiative, Herbalife Nutrition and HNF will support The Hunger Project in its work to address the issue of global hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition.
“It is deeply meaningful to work with partners who value addressing the root causes of hunger with sustainable, long-term solutions,” said Jenna Recuber, global vice president of The Hunger Project. “We are grateful that Herbalife Nutrition is investing in people to be the authors and leaders of their own development process, so that they themselves may transform critical issues in their communities.”
In addition to supporting strategic partnerships, Nutrition for Zero Hunger aligns with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #2, which calls for bold action to end hunger in all its forms by 2030, as well as solutions to achieve food security and improve nutrition worldwide.