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Here’s a two-word summary: pretty well!

Upon opening the box you definitely get the feeling that this is more Timex than Rolex: It’s a mass-market device aimed at everyday consumers who don’t necessarily need (or even want) a premium laptop. It’s quite plasticy with a bit of flex to it. It sounds hollow when you tap it. The bezel (the border that frames the display itself) is pretty big compared with higher-end laptops. It’s covered in stickers. 

All of the above are signs of a laptop that was designed to hit a low price. But you know what? When you’re actually using the laptop, it isn’t half bad.

In terms of specs, it has an Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB of memory, and 256GB of solid-state storage. On paper, you’d be forgiven for thinking the laptop would be somewhat underwhelming.

Guess again. Browsing around the web, even on today’s ad-laden websites, proceeds smoothly. Watching HD video on YouTube is more or less identical to the experience you’d get on a much more powerful PC (such as the gaming PC this review is being written on), although you can really hear the laptop’s fans whirring while doing so.

Switching between different apps like Edge, Adobe Photoshop Elements, and Word either using the keyboard shortcut alt-tab or by clicking the Windows Task Bar? No problems there, showing that despite being a lower-priced laptop, its everyday performance is more than adequate.

If you’re the type of person who immediately downloads a tool like GeekBench or Prime95 to see how fast your computer actually is, well, none of this may be too impressive. But if you’re not that person (and most of us aren’t), then it’s hard to find much fault here.

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Killexams : Foundations unite to fight against hunger

On 16 October, World Food Day is celebrated to promote global awareness and action for those suffering from hunger and malnutrition. Access to and availability of nutritious food is increasingly being impeded by global macro challenges, including the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, persistent inequality and rising consumer prices all of which contributes to increased poverty. 

To ease the burden of food shortages in schools, the Attacq Foundation, a corporate social investment trust, focused on sustainable education and training, which is powered by Attacq Limited; together with the Sage Foundation, has partnered with Rise Against Hunger to host a meal packing event that will provide 120 000 meal packs to Early Childhood Centres across South Africa. Rise Against Hunger is a volunteer-based meal packaging and results-oriented nutrition programme which was started in South Africa in 2009.

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Danny Vermeulen, Trustee of the Attacq Foundation and Transformation Manager at Attacq, says: "According to the United Nations South Africa, 27% of our children are stunted, meaning that they will likely not reach their full growth and developmental potential because of the physical and cognitive damage caused by nutritional deprivations. This statistic is a clear call to action." 

The event, which will take place on the 20th and 21st of October, will be held across three provinces, Gauteng, North-West and Western Cape, at five of Attacq's retail experience hubs to ensure maximum impact. The Attacq Foundation and Sage Foundation, along with the Balwin foundation; have funded the project, and volunteers are needed to assist in packaging each meal. 

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Janine Palm, Social Executive at Attacq Limited says: "This is our second year partnering with the Attacq Foundation for Rise Against Hunger. This national campaign, spear-headed by all Attacq assets, demonstrates a true commitment to uplifting the communities in which Attacq operates in. By joining forces with partners and our properties alike, we can amplify our efforts to end childhood malnutrition." 

All volunteers are welcome, including community members, ward councillors, clients, NGOs, bursary students, colleagues, schools, and vendors.

On the day, the Attacq Foundation and Sage Foundation hope to see over 550 volunteers collectively packing enough meals to feed 350 children five meals per week for one year. The meal packs will include a nutrient-dense mix of dry ingredients that can easily be prepared at home. 

Danny Vermeulen adds, "The Attacq Foundation's philosophy is underpinned by the positive connection between education and social development, and this initiative forms part of the Foundation's commitment to early childhood education. 

Without the proper nutrients, the brain cannot develop properly, resulting in long-term effects on learning abilities. Partnering with Rise Against Hunger, a growing global movement to end world hunger, directly underpins our strategic commitment to early childhood education." 

In line with this mission, the meal packages completed on the day will be distributed to 14 Early Childhood Development centres in communities around Attacq's Retail Experience Hubs. 

Specifically: 

  • Mall of Africa supported Christine ECD, Elewani Creche & Pre School and Malibongwe Day Care. 
  • Glenfair Boulevard and Lynnwood Bridge supported Uthando Christine Day Care, Mohau Early Learning, Angels Academy Day Care and Mahlasedi Day & Night. 
  • Garden Route Mall supported Joey's Babies Creche, Youth for Christ Lubabalo Educare Centre, Garden Route Food Pantry and Ithemba Lobomi.
  • Eikestad Mall supported Love to deliver and Stell Care; and 
  • MooiRivier Mall supported Ikageng and Mohandrin. 
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Killexams : A Person Dies of Hunger Every Four Seconds | Opinion

The global hunger crisis is so severe that one person is starving to death every four seconds, according to humanitarian relief organizations. Hunger is the biggest crisis facing the globe today and we must all act now to save lives.

The Horn of Africa continues to suffer from a prolonged drought, caused by climate change. Families have lost everything as they cannot grow food without rain. Their livestock has died from extreme heat. Millions are desperately searching for food each day.

The U.N. World Food Program (WFP) estimated 26 million people in Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya are suffering from severe hunger due to drought. Famine is likely to be declared in parts of Somalia.

"Families here have one plea for the rest of the world. Please don't look away. Please help," said Malene Jensen of UNICEF.

The world can do more to help concerned mothers in nutrition centers who are watching their children die from hunger. Relief operations in Somalia and other countries have lacked funding all year.

Save the Children's country director in Somalia, Mohamud Hassan, warned, "Children are already dying. The services set up to combat malnutrition and hunger in Somalia are simply not enough to meet the huge and increasing levels of need."

The hunger crisis goes far beyond Somalia and East Africa. The WFP said there are 345 million people worldwide experiencing acute hunger. That horrifying number has doubled since 2019. In war-torn Yemen, South Sudan, Afghanistan, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo there are alarming rates of hunger. The war in Ukraine displaced millions of hungry people and led to increased global food prices.

Drought forced Mido and her family to make the challenging journey to Dolow, Somalia. The family arrived with just the clothes on their backs. Photo Courtesy of Samantha Reinders/WFP

"We urgently need to get help to those in grave danger of starvation in Somalia and the world's other hunger hotspots," said David Beasley, executive director of WFP.

War, climate change and the pandemic have all created the biggest hunger crisis since the end of World War II. At that time America led a global effort to stop famine. The U.S. had to dramatically increase its hunger relief efforts after World War II to save lives. We must do so again.

"While we appreciate and acknowledge the generosity of the U.S. government in response to growing humanitarian needs, more action is clearly necessary," said Bill O'Keefe of Catholic Relief Services.

For small children, deadly malnutrition can set in quickly. They need foods like Plumpy'Nut, an enriched peanut paste, to survive. If there is not enough funding or political will to bring food to the hungry, children will continue to lose their lives. With increased funding we could support all infant nutrition and school meals programs that save children's lives.

Displaced people arrive at the Iftin camp in Baardheere, Jubaland, in the Gedo region of Somalia. Photo Courtesy of Petroc Wilton/WFP

Donors need to step up with emergency aid and also longer-term funding to prevent famine. Everyone can do more, whether through holding fundraisers for hunger relief or writing letters to Congress urging more funding for global food aid.

Feeding the hungry must become a priority for everyone. Resources exist to prevent famine. The world just needs the political will and the heart to save lives.

William Lambers is an author who partnered with the U.N. World Food Program (WFP) on the book Ending World Hunger. His writings have been published by The Washington Post, History News Network, Cleveland's The Plain Dealer and many other news outlets. Lambers recently volunteered to write the Hunger Heroes section of WFP's online learning game Freerice.

The views expressed in this article are the writer's own.

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Killexams : 2022 Great Highwood Pumpkin Fest Benefits HP Community Foundation

HIGHWOOD, IL — Four days of fall festivities in downtown Highwood begin Thursday evening as the 12th edition of the Great Highwood Pumpkin Fest gets underway.

The North Shore's largest annual outdoor Halloween-related event features nightly Jack-o-lantern lightings, carnival rides, multiple stages of live music, hay rides, food and beverage vendors and more, organizers announced.

This year's festival will benefit the Highland Park Community Foundation, which has been in the forefront of fundraising efforts on behalf of survivors and victims of the mass shooting at this year's July 4th parade.

“We are thrilled to be the beneficiary of this year’s Pumpkin Fest as it comes at the perfect time for the HPCF to refocus its fundraising efforts on our General Fund," Betsy Brint, chair of the foundation, said in a statement. "As we close the 4th Fund we want to return to our organization's roots of granting money to nonprofits that provide educational, social service, and cultural programs for Highland Park and Highwood residents."

While the 2020 pumpkin fest was canceled due to COVID-19, a new Highwood tradition began, as hundreds of life-sized skeletons were placed around town in what was dubbed the "Great Highwood Skeleton Invasion."

This year, the pumpkin fest will for the first time feature an interactive "Skeletons on Display." According to organizers, each display will feature a skeleton versions of dance scene or moment from pop culture or film, with digital music to accompany each scene.

Attendees at the 2021 Great Highwood Pumpkin Fest pose for a photo near a skeleton display. (Celebrate Highwood) © Provided by Patch Attendees at the 2021 Great Highwood Pumpkin Fest pose for a photo near a skeleton display. (Celebrate Highwood)

Although the official opening of the fest is not until 4 p.m. the following day, attendees at Thursday's Community Appreciation Night will have a change to get discounted unlimited carnival rides for $30, according to organizers.

Community groups will be on site at three "all-you-can-carve" pumpkin stations in Everts Park, City Hall Park and Painters Park, along with live music and a full bar at Painters Park, 424 Sheridan Road.

Live music is scheduled from 4 to 10 p.m. Friday, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and from noon to 8 p.m. Sunday across three stages — a main stage located on Green Bay Road at North Avenue, a world music stage at Everts Park Bandshell and a local music and activity stage in Painters Park.

Other highlights of the festival include trick or treating throughout the festival grounds from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday followed by a ceremonial pumpkin wall lighting at 7:45 p.m. and Sunday afternoon contests for best pet costume, best kids costume and pumpkin pie eating.

And this year's Superhero 5K Family Fun Run, Walk & Stroll starts at 9 a.m. Saturday. Participants are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite superhero — whether a character from comic books or an inspirational figure from reality

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Killexams : HP: PM Modi lays foundation stone of various projects in Chamba Oct 13, 2022, 11:27PM ISTSource: ANI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on October 13 laid foundation stones for various projects in Chamba of Himachal Pradesh. He launched Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana Phase-III (PMGSY-III) and laid the foundation stone for two hydropower projects. While addressing the rally, PM Modi said that these developmental projects will benefit various villages and provide connectivity and electricity to the villagers. He said, “Today, Chamba and various villages here are getting the gift of these projects that will provide them with road connectivity, electricity, and employment.”

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Killexams : ‘I know we can do this’: President Biden vows to end hunger in the U.S. by 2030

President Biden pledged to end hunger in the U.S. by 2030 and commit $8 billion by the public and private sector to fight hunger and related diseases Wednesday, as he launched the first White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, and Health since 1969.

“I know we can do this, end hunger in this country by 2030, and lower the toll that dietary-related diseases take on too many Americans,” Biden said in opening remarks at the Washington, D.C., conference. “There are a lot of food deserts out there,” he added.

The White House’s stated end goal for the conference: “End hunger and increase healthy eating and physical activity by 2030, so that fewer Americans experience diet-related diseases like diabetes, obesity, and hypertension.” 

Some critics have pushed back at the term ‘food deserts,’ arguing that grocery chains, municipal decisions and lack of government funding contribute to what they call ‘food apartheid.’

The last White House conference on hunger, under President Nixon, created several key programs, including school lunches; the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC); and changes to how food manufacturers label their products. 

The toll of hunger and nutrition-related diseases disproportionately impacts communities of color, those living in rural areas, people with disabilities, elderly people, the LGBTQ+ community, military families and veterans, the White House said.

Biden spoke of the need to eliminate “food deserts,” where predominantly low- and moderate-income communities have to travel miles to purchase fresh and healthy produce. The White House pledged grant and loan funding to encourage new grocery stores in these areas.

One in five Black households is located in a “food desert,” the consulting firm McKinsey & Co. said last year. Some critics have pushed back at that term, arguing that grocery chains, municipal decisions and lack of government funding contribute to what they call “food apartheid.” 

Access to healthy and affordable food

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Urban Institute said one in five adults reported household food insecurity in 2022, meaning that families were unable to acquire adequate food for one or more family members. (The White House put that figure at one in 10 for 2020.)

“With food prices skyrocketing at the same time that many of the pandemic-relief provisions have ended, many families and individuals have struggled to afford enough food,” Jamie Bussel, a senior program officer at the RWJF, a nonprofit dedicated to public health, said Wednesday.

“Policies need to be put in place immediately to ensure that everyone in every community in America — especially our children — has equitable access to healthy, affordable food,” Bussel said. Food insecurity is higher for Black (29%) and Hispanic (32%) households than white (17%), he added. 

“Rapid food inflation in the latter half of 2022 will only further increase the risk of food insecurity for households across the country,” said Poonam Gupta, a research analyst at the Urban Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank.

“As rollbacks of key programs leave households with fewer resources to meet the pressures of rising costs, intentional investment in social safety net policies is necessary to reduce further hardship in the coming months,” Gupta said.

Heart disease and diabetes

At the conference in D.C., Biden said the government aims to invest in school nutrition programs with partnership across the nonprofit and private sectors, and educational programs to promote healthy eating and prevent illnesses including heart disease and diabetes.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. One person dies every 34 seconds in the U.S. from cardiovascular disease, the CDC said.

“About 697,000 people in the United States died from heart disease in 2020 — that’s 1 in every 5 deaths,” the CDC said. “Heart disease costs the United States about $229 billion each year from 2017 to 2018.”

Frequent consumption of soda, fruit drinks and energy drinks is linked with heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and gout, according to the CDC. Type 2 diabetes is more common in adults, and can be caused by a variety of factors, including diet, family history and genetics.

Biden told the conference that the country had to “think big” to cure dietary-related diseases and hunger. “In America, no child should go to bed hungry. No parent should die of a disease that can be prevented,” the president said.

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Killexams : MetLife Foundation and Rise Against Hunger Reach One-Millionth Meal Milestone in Goal to End World Hunger by 2030

NEW YORK, October 06, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MetLife Foundation and Rise Against Hunger today announced that their ongoing partnership has reached its one-millionth meal milestone. In 2014, the organizations joined forces on this shared goal to help end world hunger by 2030. These efforts are further fueled by MetLife’s pledge of 800,000 employee volunteer hours as part of its 2030 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commitments.

To date, 4,800 MetLife volunteers have participated in 49 meal packaging events across 21 locations around the world, including New York, NY; Cary, NC; Whippany, NJ; Bloomfield, CT; Tampa, FL; Noida, India and Jaipur, India – providing nourishment to over 6,300 individuals while also raising more than $300,000 in donations. The meal packaging program is a fun, hands-on, global project where volunteers work in an assembly line to pack high protein, vitamin rich meals for those in need.

The events were organized by Rise Against Hunger and iRise, a MetLife Global Technology and Operations program dedicated to creating meaningful connections and professional development opportunities to rising professionals.

"Rise Against Hunger’s work starts with a meal, ensuring the people we serve have the nutrition they need while long-term food security projects are implemented and take root," said Edna Ogwangi, Rise Against Hunger Chief Programs Officer. "MetLife Foundation’s partnership has been significant to our mission of addressing food insecurity for many years. We’re grateful for their dedication to ending global hunger and the support in packaging a million meals that will impact thousands of lives."

This announcement comes during MetLife’s annual Volunteering with Purpose campaign to encourage employees to carry out its purpose – "Always with you, building a more confident future" – through intentional volunteer efforts that are rooted in sustainability and focused on strengthening the livelihoods of individuals, families and communities across the globe.

"We’re beyond proud of everything MetLife Foundation, MetLife employee volunteers and partners like Rise Against Hunger have accomplished together for our communities," said Pawan Verma, global chief information officer, and co-chair of MetLife’s iRise Inclusion Network. "There’s strength in numbers and in our purpose, and this important milestone that brings us closer to ending world hunger is one of many to come."

For more information on MetLife’s commitment to sustainability, visit MetLife’s 2021 Sustainability Report and 2030 DEI Commitments.

About MetLife

MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET), through its subsidiaries and affiliates ("MetLife"), is one of the world’s leading financial services companies, providing insurance, annuities, employee benefits and asset management to help individual and institutional customers build a more confident future. Founded in 1868, MetLife has operations in more than 40 markets globally and holds leading positions in the United States, Japan, Latin America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. For more information, visit www.metlife.com.

About MetLife Foundation

At MetLife Foundation, we are committed to driving inclusive economic mobility for underserved and underrepresented communities around the world. We collaborate with nonprofit organizations and provide grants aligned to three strategic focus areas – economic inclusion, financial health and resilient communities – while engaging MetLife employee volunteers to help drive impact. MetLife Foundation was established in 1976 to continue MetLife’s long tradition of corporate contributions and community involvement. Since 1976, MetLife Foundation has contributed over $900 million to strengthen communities where MetLife has a presence. To learn more about MetLife Foundation, visit www.MetLife.org.

About Rise Against Hunger

Rise Against Hunger, an international humanitarian organization, is growing a global movement to end hunger by empowering communities, nourishing lives and responding to emergencies. Through a Confederation network based in the U.S. and with six international offices, the organization provides immediate nourishment for those facing hunger today and implements sustainable solutions that will lift entire communities for years to come. Rise Against Hunger has facilitated volunteer meal packaging of more than 540 million meals to be distributed to countries around the world.

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MetLife
Brian Blaser
(212) 578-2415
bblaser@metlife.com

Rise Against Hunger
Jolynn Berk
(469) 782-4843
jberk@riseagainsthunger.org

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Killexams : PM Modi in HP: Flags off Vande Bharat, lays foundation stone of hydropower projects in Chamba; Check details

Prime Minister in Himachal Pradesh introduced various development projects. Read below for the details.

Prime Minister in Himachal Pradesh introduced various development projects.

Prime Minister in Himachal Pradesh introduced various development projects.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has laid the foundation stone of two hydropower projects in Chamba Himachal Pradesh. He also flagged off the Vande Bharat Express from Una to New Delhi. This is the fourth Vande Bharat train available in the country. Narendra Modi also inaugurated the Indian Institute of Information Technology Una and laid the foundation stone of a bulk drug Park in Una. 

PM Modi has launched development projects with the aim to increase the pace of development in Himachal Pradesh. He dedicated the IIT to the nation and is looking forward to launching Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana -3 in HP. 

What is the significance of Development projects introduced in HP by PM Modi?

  1. The prime objective of the development projects launched by Prime Minister Modi is to boost regional connectivity.
  2. The projects ensure the availability of digital facilities up to their maximum potential. 

Hydropower projects launched by PM Modi

  1. Prime Minister Modi laid the foundation of two hydropower projects in Chamba Himachal Pradesh.
  2. The projects will produce over 270 million units of electricity every year.
  3. Himachal Pradesh is also expected to gain approx one hundred ten crore rupees as annual revenue.

Vandebharat introduced by PM Modi

  1. Modi flagged off the Vande Bharat Express from UNA To New Delhi on October 13, 2022.
  2. This would be the fourth Vande Bharat train in the country.
  3. The introduction of the train will boost tourism in the region and provide a comfortable and faster mode of travel.

Drug Park in Una

  1. Prime Minister Modi laid the foundation stone of a bulk drug Park in Una on October 13, 2022.
  2. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the country has shown the power of Indian-made medicines to the whole world with a significant contribution of Himachal.
  3. The objective behind the formation of drug pharma is to have cheap and good treatment for patients. 
  4. New avenues of employment would also open up in Himachal with the creation of this park and the top priority is to hone the skills and abilities of the youth.

Background

Apart from all these development projects, PM Modi will also launch Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana -3 in Himachal Pradesh for the upgradation of around three thousand 125 kilometers of roads in the State.

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Killexams : MetLife Foundation and Rise Against Hunger Reach One-Millionth Meal Milestone in Goal to End World Hunger by 2030

MetLife Foundation and Rise Against Hunger Reach One-Millionth Meal Milestone in Goal to End World Hunger by 2030

MetLife Foundation and Rise Against Hunger today announced that their ongoing partnership has reached its one-millionth meal milestone. In 2014, the organizations joined forces on this shared goal to help end world hunger by 2030. These efforts are further fueled by MetLife’s pledge of 800,000 employee volunteer hours as part of its 2030 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commitments.

To date, 4,800 MetLife volunteers have participated in 49 meal packaging events across 21 locations around the world, including New York, NY; Cary, NC; Whippany, NJ; Bloomfield, CT; Tampa, FL; Noida, India and Jaipur, India – providing nourishment to over 6,300 individuals while also raising more than $300,000 in donations. The meal packaging program is a fun, hands-on, global project where volunteers work in an assembly line to pack high protein, vitamin rich meals for those in need.

The events were organized by Rise Against Hunger and iRise, a MetLife Global Technology and Operations program dedicated to creating meaningful connections and professional development opportunities to rising professionals.

“Rise Against Hunger’s work starts with a meal, ensuring the people we serve have the nutrition they need while long-term food security projects are implemented and take root,” said Edna Ogwangi, Rise Against Hunger Chief Programs Officer. “MetLife Foundation’s partnership has been significant to our mission of addressing food insecurity for many years. We’re grateful for their dedication to ending global hunger and the support in packaging a million meals that will impact thousands of lives.”

This announcement comes during MetLife’s annual Volunteering with Purpose campaign to encourage employees to carry out its purpose – “Always with you, building a more confident future” – through intentional volunteer efforts that are rooted in sustainability and focused on strengthening the livelihoods of individuals, families and communities across the globe.

“We’re beyond proud of everything MetLife Foundation, MetLife employee volunteers and partners like Rise Against Hunger have accomplished together for our communities,” said Pawan Verma, global chief information officer, and co-chair of MetLife’s iRise Inclusion Network. “There’s strength in numbers and in our purpose, and this important milestone that brings us closer to ending world hunger is one of many to come.”

For more information on MetLife’s commitment to sustainability, visit MetLife’s 2021 Sustainability Report and 2030 DEI Commitments.

About MetLife

MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET), through its subsidiaries and affiliates (“MetLife”), is one of the world’s leading financial services companies, providing insurance, annuities, employee benefits and asset management to help individual and institutional customers build a more confident future. Founded in 1868, MetLife has operations in more than 40 markets globally and holds leading positions in the United States, Japan, Latin America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. For more information, visit www.metlife.com.

About MetLife Foundation

At MetLife Foundation, we are committed to driving inclusive economic mobility for underserved and underrepresented communities around the world. We collaborate with nonprofit organizations and provide grants aligned to three strategic focus areas – economic inclusion, financial health and resilient communities – while engaging MetLife employee volunteers to help drive impact. MetLife Foundation was established in 1976 to continue MetLife’s long tradition of corporate contributions and community involvement. Since 1976, MetLife Foundation has contributed over $900 million to strengthen communities where MetLife has a presence. To learn more about MetLife Foundation, visit www.MetLife.org.

About Rise Against Hunger

Rise Against Hunger, an international humanitarian organization, is growing a global movement to end hunger by empowering communities, nourishing lives and responding to emergencies. Through a Confederation network based in the U.S. and with six international offices, the organization provides immediate nourishment for those facing hunger today and implements sustainable solutions that will lift entire communities for years to come. Rise Against Hunger has facilitated volunteer meal packaging of more than 540 million meals to be distributed to countries around the world.

MetLife
Brian Blaser
(212) 578-2415
bblaser@metlife.com

Rise Against Hunger
Jolynn Berk
(469) 782-4843
jberk@riseagainsthunger.org

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