Lenovo Malaysia x Rise Against Hunger

Lenovo, the world’s leading PC maker, and Rise Against Hunger, an international hunger relief non-profit organisation, recently joined hands in the fight against hunger. As part of its inaugural Make a Difference week, over 100 Lenovo Malaysia’s employees came together to pack meals for the needy.

Over 20,000 highly nutritious meals comprising rice, soy and vegetables were packed during the event.

The dehydrated meals will then distributed by Rise Against Hunger to local schools as part of its school feeding initiative and other programmes that promote self-sufficiency.

Lenovo Malaysia x Rise Against Hunger

As mentioned, Rise Against Hunger is an international hunger relief organisation that distributes food and life-changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable.

It engages close to 400,000 volunteers globally in its ongoing effort to end world hunger by 2030, with over 1.4 million lives already impacted by the organisation in 2017.

The numbers don’t lie, and it is downright shocking: 815 million people across the world don’t receive enough nutrition to lead an active, healthy life.

Read more about Rise Against Hunger: www.riseagainsthunger.org.

Lenovo Malaysia x Rise Against Hunger

“It is a privilege to work with Rise Against Hunger to provide aid to the needy. As a global business with operations all oer the world, we believe that it is our responsibility to give back to the community in which we conduct business in,” said Khoo Hung Chuan, Country General Manager of Lenovo Malaysia.

Lenovo Malaysia x Rise Against Hunger

Make A Different Week, formerly known as the Motorola Mobility Foundation, was first introduced in 2017 by the Lenovo Foundation to embark on worldwide corporate philanthropy and community volunteer projects.

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Lenovo Malaysia x Rise Against Hunger

This year alone, more than 28 cities across 26 countries in North America, EMEA, Latin America and Asia Pacific participated in the cause.

Meanwhile, Lenovo Japan hosted an educational workshop in programming for students; while Lenovo India helped the visually impaired by creating audio recordings for eductional purposes.

Learn more about the Lenovo Foundation here: www.motorola.com/us/about/motorola-mobility-foundation.


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