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FreeRice and the Korean War

Civilians seen fleeing in the fields during a retreat of UN forces during the Korean War. (Harry St. Truman Library)

The age of the Internet has created new ways to be a humanitarian hero every day. FreeRice is one. Read More »

College Class to Help Feed the Hungry

The students are going to help fight global hunger by playing FreeRice and walking Charity Miles as part of their course. Read More »

Together We Can End Hunger

The answer to these societal problems can be found right here in your own backyard. Read More »

Interview: Dr. Al Forsyth on Helping and Learning with FreeRice

Dr. Al Forsyth says "I think the concept of FreeRice – learning and helping – is brilliant." Read More »

Feeding the Hungry in a Season of Giving

In the Season of Giving, what the individual can do to lead the fight against hunger worldwide. Read More »

FreeRice Can Feed the Hungry on Thanksgiving

After turkey this year, make some time for FreeRice and help feed people a world away in Niger. Read More »

A Tale of Two Yogurts

With any luck yogurt will soon be helping to raise funds for the World Food Programme through a FreeRice contest. Read More »

Take Lead in Fighting Hunger at Home and Abroad

There is enough food to feed all the hungry. It’s not a question of resources as much as leadership. Read More »

Ithaca’s Food for Thought Takes on Global Hunger

Ithaca College has a dedicated organization to fighting world hunger called Food for Thought Read More »

World Food Day: Hunger Here and Far

On World Food Day imagine an "invisible guest" at your table, one of the world's 870 million hungry people. Read More »