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~ We are delighted to welcome Sheffield Wednesday Football Club as the first club to join us as part of our campaign, The Power of Sport to Support. 18 July 2022

~ We are delighted to welcome James Hughes as an Ambassador & Sponsor to Stop The Hunger. James is a former professional footballer, plus a paramedic that set up and trained paramedics across the Middle East. James is now CEO at AI Management one of our valued sponsors. James will be promoting our “Power of Sport to Support” campaign across his vast network of friends, colleagues and associates to show how sport can make a huge difference to the many people in food poverty. 12 July 2022 

~ We are delighted to welcome Emmerson Boyce as our Ambassador of Sport to Stop The Hunger. Emmerson had an amazing football career and was the Captain of Wigan Athletics 2013 FA Cup winning team. He has now joined us to champion our “Power of Sport to Support” campaign across all sports and events. 1 July 2022

~ “The Power of Sport to Support” is now working with Premiership & EFL Football Club Community Trusts and Foundations to raise funds and support their communities. 6 June 2022

~ Stop The Hunger was registered with the I.C.O (ZB294272), as we process and hold personal information as part of the Data Protection Act. 26 January 2022

~ “The Power of Sport to Support” has now been launched. We are aiming to bring the best out all sports professionals, amateurs and teams to get behind us and raise funds. 17 January 2022

~ The Fundraising Regulator we are now been registered. 12 January 2022

~ Stop The Hunger was registered with The Charity Commission of England and Wales 1197397 on 7 January 2022

~ We are delighted to welcome Ruthie Henshall as our Ambassador of The Arts to Stop The Hunger. Ruthie is an actress, singer and dancer, known for her work in musical theatre. She began her professional stage career in 1986, before making her West End debut in Cats in 1987. A five-time Olivier Award nominee, she won the 1995 Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her role as Amalia Balash in the London revival of She Loves Me (1994). Ruthie has opened doors to support for Stop The Hunger and given her time to help make a huge difference to those in need. November 2021

~ Stop The Hunger C.I.C. was formed as a not for profit organiastion on 30 December 2020