What's it all about?
“I said Somebody should do something about that. Then I realized I am somebody." ” ~ Lily Tomlin.
Eat So They Can is all about providing citizens around the world with an inspiring way to take action. Eat So They Can is an initiative of the Global Volunteer Network and the GVN Foundation. The concept is simple - by hosting a dinner party, you can help end hunger and malnutrition around the world!
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International Luncheon, Shanghai
Click here to read about an International Luncheon at a school in Shanghai!
Soiree ESTC, Paris
Click here to find out what was on the menu at this international dinner in Paris!
Dinner Cruise, Australia
Click here to read about Michelle's dinner cruise in Sydney!
Sarah's 6th ESTC Event, Canada
Click here to read about the 6th event that Sarah has hosted for ESTC!
On January 22nd, the GVN team gathered around our local policeman for our annual Grand Prize Draw! All our 2012 Eat So They Can hosts who had raised more than $500 for Eat So They Can were entered into the Draw and it was an exciting moment when our policeman...
This is a guest post by Hadley Warner, one of our fantastic International Interns!Hadley Warner, 2012 International InternOne of my favorite parts of being an International Intern in 2012 for the GVN Foundation and the Eat So They Can campaign has been working with amazing people! From the beginning the...
This is a guest post from Lauren Schaefer, one of our fantastic International Interns! International Intern, Lauren SchaeferThe GVN Foundation began the Eat So They Can campaign with a simple idea: that people around the world could help end hunger for people in other parts of the world by hosting...
Thomas' Eat So They Can Event
Eat So They Can Tuesday Night Dinner
Eat So They Can 2013
Amelia's Eat So They Can Event
Eat so They Can is a fundraiser for the GVN Foundation, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization in the United States established in 2005.
GVN Foundation is proud to be in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).