Solve Hunger Corp is a nonprofit organization based in the United States that strives to help vulnerable communities in times of need and struggle. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the lives of millions across the U.S. and left many without basic necessities. The Solve Hunger corporation is hoping to make one aspect of many people's lives, food, abundantly accessible no matter the level of need.
The Solve Hunger corporation is looking to bring the amazing communities across the U.S. together to help those in need. The goal is to make the world a better place and we can all do that together by solving hunger.
The Solve Hunger family stretches over 13 states in the U.S. along with one other country, India. With over 50 food banks, pantries, and soup kitchens involved with Solve Hunger, the Solve Hunger family expands each and every day. Over 5,000 student volunteers across these 13 states work with each state's liaison to coordinate their efforts towards solving the hunger issue.
More About the Creator
Tavish Sharma, the designer and founder of Solve Hunger Corp, is an app developer, social entrepreneur, and high school senior at Libertyville High School who enjoys giving back to his community. From a young age, Tavish could never wrap his head around the idea of people around the world living without access to food. He always had plenty of food to eat and couldn't believe it wasn't a reality for everyone. As he grew up and learned about the shortage of food in areas around the world, he wanted to do more to solve this problem. Throughout the years, Tavish has loved volunteering at local organizations to give back to a community which has already given so much to him. During the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, he organized multiple food drives where he collected over 2000 pounds of food to aid the less fortunate areas in Lake County. These drives led him to want to contribute more to the solution of the hunger problem in not only his own state and city, but throughout the United States and beyond. Tavish aspires to use machine learning and artificial intelligence in the future to predict food shortages in communities across the country before they occur.