Yes, that’s right. Am giving away five tickets worth P300 each to the Food For Change event, a unique food fair organized by Knorr in partnership with the World Food Program. It’s scheduled this Saturday, October 26 at the Mercato Centrale in Bonifacio Global City from 6 pm onwards. Foodies and cooking aficionados can enjoy tasting samples cooked with Knorr from no less than 50 participating food concessionaires. Plus, you get more treats when you visit the Knorr booth.
To get the free tickets, simply leave a comment on why you want to go to the event and we will choose the best unique answers. You can claim the tickets in Mercato Centrale itself on Saturday.
The Food for Change event aims to help increase awareness on the alarming issues of global hunger. Total proceeds generated from the ticket sales will be matched by Knorr and donated to the WFP.
In connection with the holding of the World Food Day last October 16, Knorr, through the Unilever Foundation, is running a social media campaign. For every ’like‘ received on the new School Meal Facebook app, endorsed by Knorr, the Unilever Foundation will donate one school meal to WFP.
Unilever Food Solutions is running ’Buy a meal – we’ll donate a meal‘, a campaign to encourage employees using all restaurants and canteens at Unilever offices and factories around the world to order a special World Food Day dish, inspired by international cuisine. For every purchase of this meal, Unilever Food Solutions will donate one meal to the World Food Programme. Where these canteens are run by Sodexo, Sodexo will also make a donation.
Antoine de Saint-Affrique, President of Food at Unilever, says: “At Unilever, we want to use the power of our brands to engage millions of consumers in the fight to end hunger. World Food Day is a great opportunity to continue to help raise awareness of the global hunger issue and engage consumers. We are proud of what we have already achieved in our partnership with the World Food Programme, providing more than €15 million worth of meals worldwide over the past five years, but with needs so great, we are determined to keep doing more.”
For more information, visit http://www.unilever.com/aboutus/foundation/wfp/ and www.ufs.com.