FAQs


About Revolution Hunger

Who can get involved?

How to participate?

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What are activities?

They are things that you can do – some online, some at school, in your communities or other places. Each time you do an activity – and submit that you’ve done it here on the website, you will get points. Hunger is a serious issue, but we also want you to have fun and be creative in your campaign involvement. Visit the Get Involved page to learn about the steps to become part of the campaign. You'll be going through a series of stages if you choose to sign up and become an official Hunger Fighter.

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What many points do I need?

You need a total of 1000 points to become a Hunger Fighter. Activities are worth 100 points.  You can do any combination of activities you want and your target point goal for each stage – Face it – Fight it – Live it – are below.

  • Face it - Total points needed are 400
  • Fight it - Total points needed are 300
  • Live it - Total points needed are 300

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Can I do activities in any order?

While you can do activities in any order, it makes the most sense to first learn about hunger – by doing the Face it activities, then start your fighting with Fight it activities and aspire to the Living it activities where your committing to spreading the word and fighting hunger every day, week, month. Bonus: Each activity has recommendations for certain personality types. For example, if you’re a Harvester – you might want to look at the ones that are tagged with Harvester!

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Who funds Revolution Hunger?

The Mathile Institute for the Advancement of Human Nutrition® funds Revolution Hunger. The Mathile Institute is a non-profit based in Dayton, Ohio and was founded in 2006 by philanthropic entrepreneur Clayton L. Mathile. Mr. Mathile focused his attention on finding a way to permanently eradicate world hunger and malnutrition. The Mathile Institute has projects to help with hunger and malnutrition in Guatemala, Honduras and India, and puts a special emphasis on helping children and their families. Visit the Mathile Institute's website to learn more.

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Do I need help from any teachers or other adults to participate in Revolution Hunger?

Most activities in the Revolution Hunger program do not require a teacher or another adult. However, some of the activities may be easier to complete with some help from a teacher or adult. Group Activities will almost definitely require at least some help from a teacher or adult. If possible, it’s helpful to have an adult who knows about the Revolution Hunger program to support you. This may be a teacher who helps to organize fundraisers at your school, an adult who works at your place of worship or community center, or simply a parent to drive you to events.

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Can I do the Revolution Hunger with a friend?

While the Revolution Hunger program was developed for individuals, the Group Activities are perfect for completing with a friend! So take a look at the Group Activities section and see which ones interest you. It’s a great way to take further action to fight hunger and teach your friends more about the issue of hunger!

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Can I get credit for completing the Revolution Hunger program from my school?

Some schools and teachers may offer credit for completing the Revolution Hunger program. Download the campaign booklet and discuss it with your guidance counselor or teachers to see if you can get credit for some of the important work you'll be doing.

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Face It

Before you can fight world hunger, you have to understand hunger. This is your chance to “Face It.” Learn about why there is hunger in the world and how it impacts people. Test your knowledge in the first phase of activities. Get it? Got it? Good!

Start learning about hunger>>>


Fight It

“Fight It” activities offer ways you can begin to fight world hunger. Stopping hunger involves taking action. Each activity is designed so that you can engage with the issue of hunger and start making a difference. So, don’t sit still. Get up, go out and fight it!

Start acting against hunger>>>


Live It

The most successful hunger fighters live their mission every day. It’s their job, their interest and their passion. If we commit to fighting hunger together—scientists, farmers, journalists, politicians and more—we can feed the world. Combining and coordinating our individual strengths, we can fight hunger and change the world.

Start changing your ways>>>