An Ongoing Response to the Food Crisis in Our Community and Around the World

Rising food prices are exacerbating hunger in communities around the country and across the globe.  The Silent-Tsunami Campaign is a grassroots effort to raise awareness and encourage people to make contributions of food and money to local and international efforts to alleviate hunger.  This effort began with a drive among tenants of an office building in Washington, DC to raise $20,000 for either the Capital Area Food Bank or the Friends of the World Food Program by July 1, 2008, and can be perpetuated through similar efforts all over the country.

 

The Silent-Tsunami Campaign is not an incorporated entity and accepts no contributions.  This website is intended simply to serve as a catalyst for similar efforts across the country.