The Hunger Project
Aiming to create change on a global scale, DECJUBA has a long-standing partnership with The Hunger Project. With a strong focus on the empowerment of women, The Hunger Project is a not-for-profit organisation committed to ending hunger globally by 2030. Focused in rural areas in India, Bangladesh, Africa & Latin America, The Hunger Project trains women to be self-reliant and empowers them to be change agents within their communities.

We’re proud to have worked on a number of impactful projects with The Hunger Project. After generating an amazing response from our community last year through the sale of The Hunger Project x DECJUBA products, we relaunched The Hunger Project x DECJUBA T-Shirt in March 2018. 100% of proceeds from the sale of all The Hunger Project x DECJUBA products is donated to The Hunger Project. Funds raised go towards women’s empowerment programs in India, allowing over 580 women to be trained and impacting 2 million lives!
THP TOTE X DECJUBA
Continuing the success of our last collaboration with The Hunger Project, we are proud to launch The Hunger Project x DECJUBA Limited Edition Tote Bags! We're donating 100% of proceeds from the sale of this awesome limited edition tote to The Hunger Project. Funds raised will go towards women's empowerment programs in Africa, Bangladesh & india, allowing 580 women to be trainined and impacting 2 million lives!

Our donation will help to continue their amazing work empowering women to unleash their capacity, creativity & leadership to end their own hunger.

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This philanthropic collaboration is part of an on-going partnership, which has so far seen DECJUBA raise in excess of $330,000 for the female focused charity since 2017.
"We’re fortunate to have a number of amazing influencers who are super excited to help us drive this incredible cause. Combining their reach with ours means that we can bring even greater awareness to The Hunger Project and their work."
Tania Austin, CEO & Owner, DECJUBA.

"Tania, Team Decjuba and Decjuba customers continue to completely blow me away in what you can achieve together for the end of hunger! Raising $183,000 through the THP t-shirt sales in 2018 is just an astounding amount - and will have an equally astounding impact. It will enable The Hunger Project to empower, educate and train women to lead the end of hunger in their communities. You are a group of truly inspirational people making a global impact, and we are so grateful to you all."
Melanie Noden, CEO, The Hunger Project Australia


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