Creatives Needed to Help End Global Hunger!

Posted by March 15, 2013
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This year could be the beginning of the end for global hunger. But clever, creative, innovative people like YOU are needed to help make this vision a reality.

In 2013, over 150 leading UK charities have come together to fight for an end to hunger. This is the biggest campaign since Make Poverty History, and the first campaign of its kind since social media took over the world.

On Monday April 15th Save the Children are organising a ‘hackathon’ with Comic Relief at their Vauxhall offices, with the intention of harnessing the talent and vision of ‘creatives’, from designers to illustrators, programmers through to video producers, writers and beyond, to support and strengthen the Enough Food for Everyone IF campaign and help it really stand out in the digital world.

Since its launch in January, Enough Food for Everyone IF has attracted the support of 50,000 people who have signed up to the campaign. This is a great start, but they’ve got their sights set on a million more before the G8 in June, in order to demonstrate the critical importance of global hunger as an issue that a global audience is committed to addressing.

We at BIMA would like to invite you to not only support the campaign in spirit, but to utilise your creative expertise in order to help the campaign to attract the maximum level of support, as it duly deserves.

If you would like to volunteer your services and contribute to this exceptional project and a campaign that is likely to be a major talking point of this year please sign up here.

If you have any questions, please email Ama at

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