The Hunger Project

Of the 821 million people suffering from chronic hunger, 98 percent live in the developing world, and the only way for people to move beyond chronic hunger is to employ sustainable methods based on self-reliance. The Hunger Project works to empower rural communities in 12,000 villages across Africa, South Asia and Latin America with the skills, knowledge and resources they need to break the hunger cycle. Among other methods, The Hunger Project provides the tools and training to increase farm production at the local level, empowers partners to create, stock and manage their own food banks, and facilitates clusters of rural villages as they develop sustainable, self-reliant, hunger-free communities.

Learn more about The Hunger Project at

Sara Wilson, Senior Manager of Global Communications for The Hunger Project.

Sara Wilson is the Senior Manager of Global Communications for The Hunger Project. Since 2010, she has been involved in external and internal communications for the organization to enhance visibility, generate awareness and support collaboration. Sara has her B.A. in International Conflict Resolution & Gender Dynamics from George Mason University. Previously, she has served in positions at the Institute for International Education, Environment New York and Project Explorer, and in the Thai public school system, where she developed curriculum for underfunded schools.

Sara lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband and two kittens.

Getting Involved

Food Photo Affair has chosen The Hunger Project as its charitable partner for 2020/21. We will be donating a portion of all conference and exhibition fees, as well as all the proceeds from the silent auction during the Sunday evening exhibition. If you or your company has a product or service you would like to donate for the silent auction, please contact Jeffrey Martin at