The Red Cup photo gallery
Josette Sheeran with the red cup, given to her by a girl called Lily who is part of a WFP school meals project in Rwanda. This was the start of WFP's 'Fill the Cup' campaign to raise funds to feed millions of hungry children in school.
Actress Drew Barrymore, former US President Bill Clinton and WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran after the announcement of CGI's commitment to school meals programmes.
KC, WFP's national ambassador for the Philippines, recently helped out with WFP relief efforts after Tropical Storm ketsana hit her country, causing extensive flooding.
Kaka was one of the stars who helped launch WFP's Fill the Cup campaign in February 2008. Copyright: WFP/Rein Skullerud
WFP's executive director met Bono before a recent U2 concert in the Netherlands. They discussed the challenge of world hunger.
Professor Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, holding the red cups which symbolise WFP's Fill the Cup campaign to feed hungry school children the world over.
The Panasonic Toyota Formula 1 racing team, with drivers Jarno Trulli and Timo Glock at the front, with the red cups that symbolise WFP's Fill the Cup campaign.
Jamie Drummond, founder and chief executive of ONE, the campaign and advocacy organization which works to end extreme poverty. (New York, September 2009).
Italian actress and producer Maria Grazia Cucinotta with the red cup that symbolises WFP's Fill the Cup campaign at the Monaco Grand Prix on May 23.
British pop star Jamelia is supporting 'The Really Good School Dinner' campaign to raise money for WFP school feeding. She visited Kibera, Africa's biggest slum, to find out how donations to WFP school feeding are spent.