Sherwood Park event to focus on world hunger 

September 23, 2017 by  

It is estimated that food security is an issue for more than two billion of the world’s population, and a Sherwood Park event will give people a chance to gain a deeper understanding of life in a developing country while raising funds to help families in Nicaragua.

The organizers noted that to fight hunger, it’s good for people toagain a deeper understanding of what it will be like, and this will be the theme for the evening. Each attendee will randomly draw a ticket, and depending on which one they choose, they will be assigned to the low, middle or high-income tier, and will then be served a corresponding meal. This will provide tangible evidence of the difficulties faced by those living inn poorer countries.

While the evening has been planned with a purpose, it will also be arranged to that there will be time for fun as well. Guests will have an opportunity to participate in activities where they can try their luck at switching their meal, and the wine and beer bar will also be open. The proceeds from the night will be donated to feeding and housing initiatives for families in Nicaragua. Sign printing can be used to create themed decorations for an occasion such as this.

The interactive occasion that will give local residents a chance to extending a helping hand to those in need will take place on October 12th in Sherwood Park’s Spark Art Gallery. More details have been added to the Saving the Hungry website.