Zambrero is calling out for volunteers this 16th of October! Zambrero, the maker of flavoursome, fresh Mexican food, has partnered with Stop Hunger Now and Foodbank Australia in its efforts to eradicate world hunger.
Zambrero will package more than 324,000 meals on this day across Australia, with its Melbourne volunteers aiming to pack 55,000 meals for those in need.
According to the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations, 795 million people are undernourished globally. 1 out of 10 Australians seek food relief each year and over 60,000 Australians are still being turned away from charities, due to food and resource shortage.
Plate 4 Plate is Zambrero’s major program aimed at achieving its humanitarian aims. For every burrito or bowl they sell, a meal is donated to someone in need.
Zambrero’s Melbourne University restaurant, which has donated more than 100,000 meals since it opened 2 years ago, will host the Victorian meal packaging event. On a national scale, Zambrero has now donated over 6 million meals around the world.
Now is your chance to help – Zambrero needs 220 volunteers to package their target of 55,000 meals that will be donated locally via Foodbank.
Volunteer just three hours of your day and make an enormous difference.
What: Meal Packaging Event
Who: 220 volunteers
When: October 16, 2015 (World Food Day) – AM Session 9am – 1pm PM Session 1pm – 5pm
Where: Grand Buffet Hall at Union House, University of Melbourne Parkville, VIC
The event is open to everyone (those under 18 must be accompanied by an adult). More than 1,000 volunteers across Australia will pack more than 300,000 meals in a Zambrero Plate 4 Plate event on World Food Day.
Make a change and register online at Zambrero now. Volunteer sign-ups will cut off once they reach 250 people, so get in quick to make a difference to those living below the line.