Hunger is an entirely preventable pandemic and together we have the power to end it in our generation - we just need to choose to make this a universal goal.
Since its inception in 2011, World Food Aid has been helping improve the millions of lives around the world affected by hunger.
Our work focuses on both the vital issues of supplying life's basics - food, water, health and education - to the root causes of poverty and the more complex issues surrounding aid, climate change and human rights.
The breadth and scope of our campaigns reflects the fact our work is not limited to support of developing nations in Asia and Africa. Equal effort is put into addressing the growing hunger crisis in the UK.
At present World Food Aid's work is aimed at enabling existing charities to carry out their vital work on the front line, using the influence of the rapidly expanding world food industry to raise funds in the battle against hunger.
World Food Aid funds worthwhile projects in the UK and abroad, and aims to galvanise the UK into becoming part of a worldwide movement to end hunger.
Rice for life: Surya and the Red Cross supporting communities in Pakistan.
In August 2011 the Rice for Life campaign to support communities in Pakistan affected by the 2010 flooding launched in stores across the UK raising an incredible £10,000.
Surya Rice for Life 2011 campaign