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Feed the Future

Our foundation partners help feed the future of thousands of people worldwide and help communities get back on their feet after an emergency.

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With the visionary leadership of our partners, we are able to confidently work with communities to enable populations to escape the cycle of hunger, malnutrition and poverty.

We work hard to help families and communities achieve stability, improve their health and become truly resilient to shocks.

Foundations looking for more information about WFP USA, please contact us at (202) 627-3939 or email corp@wfpusa.org.

Partner with us today to achieve the sustainable development goal of a world with Zero Hunger.

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