Artists Against Hunger & Poverty


Artists Against Hunger & Poverty is WhyHunger's program that partners with artists, the music community and the music industry to raise awareness and funds for the most innovative and effective community-based organizations working to combat hunger and poverty all over the world.

Artists involved in AAH&P include: Bleu, Blurred Vision, Brandi Carlisle, Bruce Springsteen, Carlos Santana, Chicago, Cotton Patch Gospel, Davy Knowles, Jackson Browne, Jen Chapin, Marc Broussard, Michael McDonald, moe., O.A.R., Papa Roach, Shane Hines, The Clarks, & The Nutopians.

The program has been around nearly 40 years, going back to 1975 when WhyHunger was founded by songwriter Harry Chapin and current executive director (and longtime NYC radio host) Bill Ayres. Specifics on each artist's campaign/involvement: http://www.whyhunger.org/aahpShowArtist