Come Dine With Me?

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Tonight is “Dine Below the Line”, where nation-wide, participants will host dinner parties that invite guests to enjoy meals cooked for just $1.50 per person. Part of the Live Below the Line campaign, these dinner parties are a great way to share with friends and family a taste of what it means to truly lack choices. They can be informal or formal affairs (nothing is more ironic than eating rice and beans in a tuxedo or evening gown) and dinner can be a range or items. Check out this post for m...


This is the question that the Global Poverty Project set out to answer when we created the Live Below the Line campaign, a five-day challenge where participants agree to live on $1.50/day for five days. The experience is a great way to gain insight into some of the choices faced by the economically disenfranchised 25% of the population that spends $1.50/day for food, education, medical, and housing expenses. It is a show of solidarity to the worlds’ poor and a concrete way to take action in you...



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