Curry for Change

Changing the lives of families
who suffer from hunger.

Eat With Me

Eat With Me

  • 1st July
  • Throughout July
  • All over the UK

Eat with the Katambara Family: July 2017


Follow the meal plan of a family from rural Zimbabwe for five days, to raise vital funds for families suffering from hunger.

Challenge yourself to prepare local dishes from rural Zimbabwe such as Bota and Sadza (recipes available here) and stay away from all your usual favourites!

The Rules:

  • Only eat meals from our strict meal plan.
  • No snacks between meals.
  • No 'luxuries' like alcohol, chocolate or crisps.


Find Your Feet and Health Poverty Action, the charities behind the campaign, believe in a world in which everyone has the right to build a future free from hunger and poverty. By taking part in ‘Eat with Me’ you can raise vital funds to enable families in some of the world’s poorest communities grow enough food so they don’t go hungry and earn enough money to provide for their families. 

Every single pound that you raise will be doubled by Natco Foods, which will double the number of people we can support and therefore double the difference you can make!


  1. Sign up by emailing k[email protected]
  2. Set up a Justgiving fundraising page
  3. Tell all your friends about the challenge- why not encourage someone to join you?
  4. Recieve your meal plan and recipe book.
  5. Buy the ingredients and follow the meal plan for 5 days.
  6. Raise £150 through sponsorship on your fundraising page.
  7. Take lots of photos and share on social media to document the challenge. Don’t forget to use the #curryforchange #eatwithme

Raise £150 by taking part in 'Eat With Me', and your donation will be doubled to £300 by Natco, which could...

£40 could…

Provide nutrition and hygiene training for 10 farmers in Zimbabwe.

£55 could…

Provide training for one ‘Lead Farmer’ who will help his/her community to use effective, low-cost farming methods and grow more food.

£150 could...

Pay for the seeds, tools and training for five mothers to learn how to grow nutritious vegetables for their families.

“I’ve learnt about soil and water conservation techniques, as well as natural pest management. Now I grow pineapples, avocados, bananas, sweet potatoes, peas, cabbages, maize and finger millet with my wife. Half of what we produce we eat, the other half we sell.”

Edward, a farmer from Zimbabwe


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