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How to Save the World

Poetry Anthology to Fight Hunger

by 5310 Publishing and Various Authors

About HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD

All proceeds from this anthology will be donated to various food programs and nonprofits to fight hunger!


More than 820 million people in the world have insufficient food and other substances for good health and condition. Undernourished kids, hunger, and malnutrition are the number one risk to health – greater than AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined. *Data from the United Nations Website


Worsening economies, climate emergencies, and the pandemic pushed more and more people into starvation. We have a commitment to help those in need. We are all human.


As a result, besides publishing impactful and inspirational stories, we've been taking part in different projects to help better life on Earth. This anthology is part of our bigger project to end hunger!


How to Save the World includes poems about how we want the world to be, how it can be a better place, things we can do to improve, how things have been bad but are getting better, and much more!



From April to December 2022, we will be donating to the The Hunger Project. The Hunger Project is a global movement of individuals and organizations in 22 countries worldwide working in authentic partnership for the sustainable end of hunger.


We picked The Hunger Project because they spend only $11 to raise $100 of contributions. An A rated charity*, 83% of all donations received goes towards their charitable programs, and the remaining 17% is spent on overhead, which includes fundraising, and management and general expenses.


The Hunger Project's mission is to to end hunger and poverty by pioneering sustainable, grassroots, women-centered strategies, and advocating for their widespread adoption in countries throughout the world.


The core of their work in Africa is based on a holistic development model they call the Epicenter Strategy. The Epicenter Strategy is an integrated approach that was created in Africa, by Africans and, over the past 20 years, has mobilized epicenter communities reaching over 1.6 million people across the continent. Their work in South Asia focuses on enhancing the capacity of local leaders working in positive partnerships with local and national government. In Latin America, they work with marginalized indigenous communities.

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Authors who contributed

Poems proudly written and donated by Bailey Gee, Cat Webling, Cori Nevruz, Daniel Shatz, Diana Coombes, Eric Williams, Lali A. Love, Malcolm Whitby, M.A. Quigley, Neelam Lashari, Norb Aikin, Rachael DK, R.S. Rutherford, Sean Stevens, and Sky Boivin, exclusively for this project.

How to Save the World

About this project

All proceeds from this anthology will be donated to various food programs and nonprofits to fight hunger!
More than 820 million people in the world have insufficient food and other substances for good health and condition. Undernourished kids, hunger, and malnutrition are the number one risk to health – greater than AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined. *Data from the United Nations Website

Worsening economies, climate emergencies, and the pandemic pushed more and more people into starvation. We have a commitment to help those in need. We are all human.

As a result, besides publishing impactful and inspirational stories, we've been taking part in different projects to help better life on Earth. This anthology is part of our bigger project to end hunger!

How to Save the World includes poems about how we want the world to be, how it can be a better place, things we can do to improve, how things have been bad but are getting better, and much more! All proceeds from this anthology will be donated to various food programs and nonprofits to fight hunger!

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— POEMS INCLUDED (table of contents) —

About 5310 Publishing - We are changing the world!
About this Project - How to Save the World: Poems to Fight Hunger
About the Authors and their social media handles
Acknowledgements by Eric Williams, owner of 5310 Publishing
Save the Nest by Eric Williams
Misunderstood by M.A. Quigley
Stand and Celebrate by Cat Webling
After the Storm by Cori Nevruz
Come Home to Me by Lali A. Love
Climate Control by Diana Coombes
Food for All by Sean Stevens
Psalms 23 by the Book of Psalms
The Broken Compass by Sky Boivin
Divided by M.A. Quigley
Embrace by Lali A. Love
Before the World Changed by Cori Nevruz
At the Root of Hope R.S. Rutherford
Stand Together by Neelam Lashari
Protesting by Rachael DK
Cage by R.S. Rutherford
Craving the Light by Malcom Whitby
We Are Hope by R.S. Rutherford
Everyday Kindness by Cori Nevruz
Dear Disabled Girl by Bailey Gee
Onward by R.S. Rutherford
Gardener by Malcom Whitby
Home by Sky Boivin
A Movement by Rachael DK
A Better Place to Live in by Neelam Lashari
Pay It Forward by Daniel Shatz
<8.10.20 > by Sky Boivin
What You Want It To Be by Norb Aikin
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HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD - Poetry Anthology to Fight Hunger

by 5310 Publishing and Various Authors (Bailey Gee, Cat Webling, Cori Nevruz, Daniel Shatz, Diana Coombes, Eric Williams, Lali A. Love, Malcolm Whitby, M.A. Quigley, Neelam Lashari, Norb Aikin, Rachael DK, R.S. Rutherford, Sean Stevens, and Sky Boivin)

Modern and contemporary poetry
POETRY / Anthologies (multiple authors)
POETRY / Subjects & Themes / General
POETRY / Subjects & Themes / Inspirational

9781990158001 - Paperback
9781990158018 - Ebook

Published by 5310 Publishing
Publication date: 2022-06-14
106 Pages