HungerFree Quarterly, Subscription
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Be part of the movement towards a HungerFree World by subscribing to HungerFree Quarterly!
$20 from each regularly priced box helps empower more than 15,000 young people to become hungerfree over the next five years through an innovative new project by World Vision and the UN's World Food Programme in Kilifi, Kenya.
Each box of HungerFree Quarterly is filled with artisan products that fund further impact by empowering people to rise above poverty, as well as unique recipe cards by chefs & food bloggers and inspiring stories in our exclusive Mini-Mag.
Purchase individual boxes or Subscribe and receive a new box every 3 months. You can cancel anytime.SUBSCRIBE today and receive Box 2 in March.
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$53.99 CAD quarterly
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First box ships in March
Your first box - Volume 2: Celebrate - will ship in March
THIS IS BOX 1
Each box directly empowers young people to become hungerfree through an innovative, new project by World Vision and the UN's World Food Programme in Kilifi, Kenya. The first HungerFree Quarterly box is filled with handmade products from Kenya. We’ve partnered with companies that empower people to rise above poverty and become hungerfree for a lifetime. Inside is a hand-printed tea towel, spoons, pinch bowls, recipes cards and a recipe pouch, all chosen so you can create an experience around cooking. And finally, our exclusive HungerFree Quarterly magazine with stories about food, community and impact.
We partnered with Mango Patch to create a custom HungerFree Quarterly designed tea towel you won’t find anywhere else. Screen printed and sewn with sustainable materials, local artisans are offered fair wages, medical support and even child care. Each tea towel transforms lives by supporting local women who would otherwise be unemployed.
This exclusive mini-mag is packed with stories from HungerFree Quarterly partners about food, community and impact to inspire and educate. This beautifully designed mini-magazine with its stunning photography will become a great addition to any coffee table.
Ubuntu, featured on Whole Planet, Forbes and Jimmy Kimmel, designed a custom canvas pouch exclusively for HungerFree Quarterly. It features their signature side stitching and beaded tag, a tribute to Maasai beading work. Each pouch includes a tag signed by the artisan who made it. It’s perfect for recipe cards or sxmall trinkets. Best of all, each pouch helps Ubuntu support women and children with disabilities in their community.
These recipes are developed by insta-famous Chef and Photographer Dennis the Prescott. Printed on beautiful long lasting stock cards, we hope that you’ll invite your friends to create beautiful food experiences with you!
These spoons are carved and hand-polished from reclaimed cow bones which would otherwise go to waste. Banana Box, in Nairobi, harnesses the skills and talent of Kenyan craftsmen and women to create beautiful products while helping lift them and their communities out of poverty.
Your salt and pepper are easy to access with these pinch dishes. Made with natural Kenyan soapstone to reduce environmental impact, these pinch bowls are hand-painted with a custom HungerFree Quarterly pattern and directly supports the work of local Kenyan artisans.
MORE THAN JUST A BOX
We partner with other organizations and companies who empower artisans through employment and resources so lives can be changed. We can’t do this alone, and we think you’re going to like the products they’ve made.Learn More
We have a vision to empower more than 15,000 young people in Kenya over the next five years. In addition to fueling impact through our product partners in Kenya, a portion of your subscription box helps support an innovative economic empowerment project in Kilifi County, Kenya.Learn More
Bring your friends together through the universal love of food and a desire for a world free of hunger. Each box is themed with recipes, stories, and products that equip you to host an experience centered around food and community.Learn More