We're working with our local community to make a global impact!
For 15 years, Full Belly has fought hunger and poverty globally by empowering people
all over the world with the tools to improve their own lives. We have designed countless appropriate technology innovations and distributed our life- changing devices to 67 countries and counting! Our goal has always been to create sustainable economic opportunities for impoverished populations, without creating dependence. Our model aims to increase the capacity of these populations, so that the benefits of our devices continue long after Full Belly has gone. With over 5,000 volunteer hours logged just last year and over 1,500 supporters in North Carolina alone, The Full Belly Project is working with our local community to make a global impact!
Make a year end gift today to The Full Belly Project and support the critical work of a unique, local nonprofit.
With over 5,000 volunteer hours logged just last year and over 1,500 supporters in North Carolina alone,
The Full Belly Project is working with our local community to make a global impact!
your local impact
With a full time staff of two, Full Belly relies on the skills and dedication of our local community to accomplish our mission. In return, we give volunteers of all ages the opportunity to learn and expand practical skills.
More importantly, we provide our community the opportunity to become active and engaged global citizens. Global citizenship is the idea that focuses the value of service to those people who are geographically and culturally far away.
Help end global poverty and hunger
and invest in your local community
So many people around the world still struggle with poverty, food insecurity and access to sanitation, among other significant problems. Full Belly develops global citizens through education on these issues, volunteer service hours and travel abroad to directly impact those that have so little.
By encouraging global citizenship, we are ensuring that more people join us in the fight to end hunger and poverty now, and looking forward.