PUNISH Giving Program
1 purchase = 1 meal for a child in need
Welcome to our giving program "One-4-One".
As a business in 2020, we look to impact the world in positive and unique ways to help build a better future for those who need it most. This is how we create a Business for Good.
Punish Nutrition is here to create amazing products for our customers and to help people achieve their fitness and dietary goals. BUT we also have a responsibility to the world, to create purpose BEYOND profit and look to impact where we can.
Our commitment aligns with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Or better known as the Global Goals for 2030. (see www.globalgoals.org). Our commitment with One-4-One is to make a difference and progress to Global Goals 1 and 2. No Poverty and Zero Hunger respectively.
Through our partnership with Buy 1 give 1 (www.b1g1.com) we are able to connect with fully vetted, authentic and honest projects around the world that are making a MASSIVE difference.
As Punish Nutrition delivers products in the food category; we've chosen to partner with "So They Can' project in Kenya to deliver food; nutritious meals; to children in remote schools. A healthy meal means children from poorest areas of remote Kenya are encouraged to go to school to get both fed, AND an education.
This program is ONLY made possible by our customers! The Punish community who continue to support our business and use our great products make this program entirely possible. We are so THANKFUL that you make this all REAL!.
Our GIVING GOAL is to give 100,000 meals by end of 2025. To make a HUGE and ongoing difference to people who need it most.
About the So They Can Project: More (HERE)
So They Can is a not for profit organisation empowering over 16,500 women, children and teachers in Kenya and Tanzania through education so they can break the poverty cycle. The organisation was founded in 2009 in response to the post 2007 election violence that saw thousands driven from their homes and left with nothing
The areas of Kenya So They Can supports are some of the poorest, where families often do not have access to food or clean water.
The cooks in the school kitchen provide the children in Kenya with two hot meals a day, which they would otherwise go without. To promote a nutritious diet, their meals usually consist of a variety of Ugali, meat, kale, maize, beans, vegetables and porridge. Currently, there are about 960 children in this programme.