We are a not for profit international food
programme providing vital food aid to starving
people in some of the most underprivileged
places in the world.
Charity Right believe that no one deserves to die from starvation. Everyone has the right to eat, to live a healthy life and contribute towards society. Our vision strives towards a world where we can help eradicate the epidemic of food poverty, getting communities back on their feet and into education, work and trade. By providing food, the once hungry will become self-sufficient and will have the energy, drive and motivation to help themselves and their families to live a sustainable life.
To fight hunger, one person at a time.
Our mission is to reach those who suffer from hunger, to provide them with nourishing meals and to give them a better chance at life. Charity Right is providing meals to schools, orphanages and those caught up in conflict zones. We will travel far, to the harshest of areas and we will work tirelessly to put a stop to hunger around the world even if it is one meal at a time, even if it saves one life at a time.
"The biggest solvable problem in the world"
Food is life’s most basic need but unfortunately nearly 870 million people in the world suffer from chronic undernourishment. That’s 1 in 8 people who go to bed hungry, every single day. They are deprived of this right to food. A lack of food doesn’t just mean an empty stomach but so much more.
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Children who are
suffer up to 160 days
of illness each year
Poor nutrition plays a
role in at least half of
the 10.9 million child
deaths each year.
magnifies the effect
of every disease,
Our work focuses on providing food to schools and families from the world’s poorest communities.
Many of the schools we support are also orphanages where children have been left out of desperation because families cannot provide for them. We believe that by providing regular meals to the schools we are increasing their chances at gaining an education.
The families we support have been affected by extreme poverty or conflict. We support hundreds of refugee families who literally left their homes with nothing, to go live in refugee camps and areas with scarce amounts of food. We also support single parent families and families where illness and disability has affected their ability to work and earn.
All of our projects are funded by you, the donor.
We go through a vital 4-step process when deciding where we will work. This helps us to identify the exact needs of those suffering from hunger.
Review preliminary reports
and existing proposals for
areas which have been
prioritised as having the
Establish a local team
Complete an assessment of
the area which involves an
on-site inspection and
undertaking a risk
assessment (such as checking
for political problems which
may impact our relief efforts).
Evaluate the number of people
who need help and create a
delivery plan for how food will
be distributed in the fastest
and most effective way.
Once we feel confident that we
can successfully implement a
project, we commit to it and
begin our work.