It will soon be time for the challenge to stand alongside the 1.2 billion people across the world who live on £1/day. From Monday 28th April to Friday 3rd May you are invited to use only £1/day for all your food and drink.
Last year with your help the Global Poverty Project
- Secured £200m investment from the UK government that could eradicate Polio within the next five years.
- Created transparency within the fashion industry that will protect the poorest garment workers in Bangladesh.
- Helped create the noise that secured a wage rise for those garment workers in Bangladesh.
Your support is vital. That’s why we’d like to invite you to take the Live Below the Line challenge again. But this time there is a big incentive.
Sign up via globalcitizen.org and you could win tickets to see Katy Perry, One Direction, John Newman, Kings of Leon or 100 other artists.
Sign up via globalcitizen.org and you could win tickets to this summer’s biggest festival – Wireless, Reading and Leeds, Bestival and many more.
Whatever your motivation, thank you for providing the Global Poverty Project with the chance to change people’s lives. Extreme poverty has halved in the past 25 years but there are still 1.2 billion people living on less than £1 a day.
Please consider taking the Live Below the Line challenge for The Global Poverty Project