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Corporate Supporters

Corporate Supporters

Ajmal Perfumes is supporting WFP’s School Meals Programme in Asia and the Middle East, having donated 1 million school meals through its “Ajmal Mission Million” retail and social media campaign that ran during Ramadan in 2013.

Cobone, the Middle East’s largest daily deal website, has supported WFP’s school feeding and Syria emergency response since the end of 2011 through public appeals, gift-matching campaigns and a permanent donation-at-check-out system. Learn more.

HNA Group, Hainan Airlines’ holding company, is helping promote girls’ education in Ghana through WFP school feeding programmes; this is the first Chinese private sector contribution entirely directed to Africa, and the group wants to engage other organizations and in the initiative.

Danone, an international food and beverage company, has supported WFP's emergency operations in the past with cash contributions, and its Activia brand recently collaborated with the brand’s global spokesperson Shakira to release a music video in support of WFP’s School Meals Programme. Learn more.

International Paper is a global paper and packaging company that has been donating to WFPUSA through its Coins for Kids programme, providing school meals to poverty stricken areas around Nairobi, Kenya. Learn more.

Kemin, provider of health and nutritional solutions to the agrifoods, food ingredients and pharmaceutical industries, provides WFP with technical expertise in the field of food quality maintenance and quality assurance systems. Learn more.

Michael Kors, the world-renowned fashion house, supports WFP through the company’s yearly fund- and awareness-raising campaign called Watch Hunger Stop, which raised over 5 million meals in its first year through the sale of a limited-edition watch and in-store donations. Learn more.

Nielsen, the international information measurement company, has donated in-kind research and services to help WFP better raise awareness of hunger around the world and connect with new supporters. Learn more.

PostNL – the mail, parcel and e-commerce corporation – is a longstanding supporter of WFP, providing financial support to our School Meals Programme in Malawi through a variety of fundraising initiatives, including the annual sale of the popular cookbook Master Chefs for Home Chefs. Learn more.

UPS Foundation has contributed over $2.5 million in financial, skilled volunteer, capacity building and in-kind services to WFP since 2007 and forged a multi-year partnership in 2009 to enhance WFP’s global capacity to better respond to emergencies. Learn more.

Zumba Fitness, this dance-fitness company, is using its motivating tunes and fitness programme to raise funds and awareness through a global campaign called "The Great Calorie Drive." Learn more.

Zynga, the social game company, supports WFP by offering its more than 240 million monthly active users virtual items for sale in games such as Farmville that enhance the user’s experience; 100% of proceeds from these items go directly to WFP. Learn more.