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Working together towards a world where no one goes hungry
oxfam, eat local feed global, hunger banquet
All images courtesy of Oxfam website


oxfam, eat local feed global, hunger banquet
L to R, top row - Julie Goodwin: Australia's First Masterchef and author of 'Gather'; James Tobin: television personality and entertainment reporter; Indira Naidoo: author of The Edible Balcony, and journalist. Bottom row - Simon Bryant: chef, TV presenter, and author of 'Vegies'; Janella Purcell: naturopath, nutritionist, and author of 'Janella's Wholefood Kitchen'; Sammy J and Randy: highly acclaimed comedians and Oxfam ambassadors.


So many go hungry in this world. 1 in 8 is the figure going around in today's climate. To help make a difference you could celebrate World Food Day (16 October) by registering to Eat Local Feed Global with Oxfam anytime in October 2014. It's free to register. All you have to do is share a lunch or dinner with friends or family, or both. Perhaps even throw in a few workmates into the mix; or you could hold a Hunger Banquet at your school or university. Taking action and getting together this way will help raise awareness as you have a fun filled day supporting Oxfam with their life-changing work.


Once you register, Oxfam will send you a pack that has everything you need to work towards reducing global hunger. Many small actions can create lasting changes that edges towards creating a world where no one has to go hungry. Climate change threatens the quality and amount of food we produce. Taking action encourages the Australian Government to do its fair share about climate change.

Register now at Eat Local Feed Global and you receive all the Resources and information you need this World Food Day. As an aside, check out this inspiring Oxfam page to raise your awareness of this global threat. Click here.

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Why? To raise awareness and to make a difference so 1 in 8 do not have to go hungry in this world
When: Anytime in October
Phone: 1800 088 110
Where: Register and you will be given an info pack and resources.
Cost: Free to register
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