Live Below the Line challenges Kiwi school groups to eat and drink on $2.85 a day for two days between 15-16 March and raise money to help the estimated 767 million people trapped in global poverty.*
If you’d like a hand with your school’s 2-Day Live Below the Line challenge, we’d love to help. Get in touch with Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org
*UN poverty statistics
HOW IT WORKS
The money you raise will enable Tearfund’s partners to work in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities to empower people to help themselves.
Through Self Help Groups and Farming Co-operatives, we’re harnessing the Power of Together to see families lift themselves out of poverty. Together we are stronger. Together we are more. Join us!
WHAT ARE THE RULES?
YOU HAVE $2.85 PER DAY
That's right! $2.85 for all of your food and drink. You don’t need to factor tap water into this – it’s counted as ‘free’ – so remember to drink as much as possible to stay hydrated!
ONLY COUNT WHAT YOU USE.
For example, if you purchase a bag of rice from the supermarket, but only use one cup of it during the challenge, only count the price of one cup’s worth in your budget.
JUST SAY NO... THANK YOU
We know they do it because they care, but if your friend or a well-meaning adult offers you ‘free’ food during your challenge, resist! Encourage them to sponsor you instead.