Fish For Hunger 2019: Your Donations

Last year, our amazing community helped raise over $179,000 for Action Against Hunger & Islamic Relief. Find out where those donations went.

Fish For Hunger 2019

2019’s annual charity campaign introduced unique items for one of or most-loved bots: Fishing Bot. It featured several items that Action Against Hunger use to help some of the most impoverished people around the world. You could fish up unique items like a Plumpy’Nut® bar, First Aid Kit, and Measuring Scale, as well as learn just how these items help in the fight against hunger.

Alongside Fishing Bot’s new items, we also hosted a special tournament, Ramadan-focused community event, including special Charms and charity Charms.

There were over 4,000,000 special items caught!

Action Against Hunger

Action Against Hunger has been dedicated to leading the global fight against hunger for over 40 years. Operating in nearly 50 countries, they help save the lives of children and work with their communities. They constantly search for effective solutions and share their knowledge worldwide to help eradicate global hunger.

The donations raised during Fish For Hunger, ensure Action Against Hunger are able to implement life-saving programmes like:

You can also watch a video to see how donations are helping.

You can find more information on Action Against Hunger via their official website:: Website

Islamic Relief

Islamic Relief Worldwide is an international humanitarian organisation that provides development programs and humanitarian relief around the globe, regardless of race, political affiliation, gender or belief.

The money donated from Fish For Hunger 2019 went to help Islamic Relief implement projects through a Waqf program, which focuses on long-term benefits for thousands of recipients.

The program invests first and foremost in people and agriculture, with a philosophy focused on bringing sustainable, ongoing returns that will facilitate the execution of various projects, both emergency or development, in a number of countries and spanning many years.

A needs assessment will be carried out by Islamic Relief to determine which countries should be prioritised; the charity has field offices in several MENA countries such as Jordan, Iraq, Yemen and more.

You can find more information on Islamic Relief via their official website:

WOLF 2020 Charity Campaign

In the next few days, we’ll be revealing our plans for our 2020 campaign, so stay tuned.