No Kid Hungry , a non-profit with a mission to end childhood hunger in the USA, announced today that Rajat Mishra, CEO of award-winning Los Altos based business presentations firm Prezentium, will be joining its Leadership Council.
No Kid Hungry believes that no child should go hungry in a nation as wealthy as ours. But millions of kids are living with hunger right now and the situation has worsened because of the Covid-19 health pandemic. For millions of children whose families live below the poverty line, this means that they are losing access to the school-sponsored meals they had desperately relied on for daily sustenance.
“When the coronavirus hit, I was stunned to learn that in the United States, one of the richest countries in the world, 1 in 4 children in the United States could face hunger,” says Rajat. He adds, “When we found out about the amazing work No Kid Hungry was doing in this space we starting to help through our Presentations with Heart initiative. I am incredibly humbled to join the leadership council and continue to help with this important mission”.
Composed of passionate leaders from the corporate, philanthropic, media, culinary and policy sectors, the No Kid Hungry Leadership Council provides strategic guidance and helps broaden reach with corporations, foundations, individual donors, media, and policy makers to raise funds, build awareness, and advance programmatic work.
To learn more and to donate, visit nokidhungry.org/
As part of Prezentium’s “Presentations with Heart” giving program, $1 from every slide produced for clients is donated to No Kid Hungry USA along with its global philanthropy partners Sonia Nabeta Foundation (Uganda) and Adruta Children’s Home (India).
Prezentium’s mission is two-fold: to help democratize great business communication by helping busy professionals reclaim their time and make their ideas shine, and to help underprivileged children around the world realize their potential through integrative philanthropy. To learn more about how you can achieve pre-zen-tation, visit www.prezentium.com today.