In 2014, Grace Jenman hand wrote letters to over one hundred people requesting donations for the 40 Hour Famine, and raised over $20,000. In 2015, she doubled her goal - and became the top individual fundraiser two years in a row!
The 40 Hour Famine might be over for 2015, but there are still lessons to be learnt from it! 16-year-old Asha shares how she did the 40 Hour Famine with a difference - and what it taught her along the way.
Matt met Lalu and Sarita from Nepal in 2009, when they were featured in the 40 Hour Famine campaign. Six years on, he went back to see how their lives have changed thanks to funds raised by Australians participating in the 40 Hour Famine.
As part of World Vision's celebration of the 40th anniversary of the 40 Hour Famine, Tamara Blackmore travelled with TV current affairs program The Project to Ethiopia to see how World Vision's work has transformed communities.
When Claudia visited East Timor, she saw the real impact that hunger and poverty have on people's lives. It inspired her to use her voice to break the silence and make a difference.
Youth Ambassador Abbey knows that it can be hard to be part of a movement that you don't really believe in - which is why she's so excited to share stories about the amazing impact of the 40 Hour Famine.