From international sportsmen and film stars to world-renowned singers and actors, WFP’s growing chorus of celebrity supporters are committed to using their high profile status to put the spotlight on the plight of hunger and what WFP is doing to alleviate it.
As a Global Ambassador Against Hunger, Chelsea Football Club Manager Jose Mourinho will use his longstanding success and influence to advocate on behalf of WFP’s work in countries most affected by hunger and will engage his fans in the push for zero hunger.
Editor-In-Chief of Vogue Italia Franca Sozzani, pictured with WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin, will serve as Global Ambassador Against Hunger for the United Nations World Food Programme, focusing on the empowerment of women and WFP's School Feeding Program.
One of Canada's most popular and respected broadcasters, George Stroumboulopoulos is also a leading voice against hunger with an extensive humanitarian track record. He is WFP's Canada Ambassador Against Hunger and has been a tireless advocate for our work. (Photo courtesy of CBC)