Collaboration to Reduce Global Poverty and Hunger
According to Look To The Stars, Hard Rock International, WhyHunger and Yoko Ono Lennon (famous Japanese multimedia singer, songwriter and advocate) collaborate to introduce the “Imagine There’s No Hunger” promotion to increase cognizance and finances to reduce global poverty and hunger.
What The “Imagine There’s No Hunger” Collection Encompasses
The inspiration for this promotion for Hard Rock International, WhyHunger and Yoko Ono Lennon’s collaboration to reduce global poverty and hunger came from John Lennon’s famous song “Imagine.” The music is now 50-years-old, and to celebrate, Hard Rock International is launching its “37th Signature Series – the John Lennon, Imagine There’s No Hunger Collection.” Items from this assortment will be available for purchasing digitally and at Hard Rock International’s resorts, restaurants and gaming clubs. This assortment will include different products such as various chemise styles, hats, miniature guitars with complementary stands and remembrance brooches. Merchandise will cost between $16.00 to $29.50.
The creativity behind the products is also derived from famous John Lennon photos and the pattern of the “Imagine” record case. These designs express hopefulness and positivity in helping with Hard Rock International, WhyHunger and Yoko Ono Lennon’s collaboration to reduce global poverty and hunger.
Thoughts on the Collaboration
Look To The Stars reports that Jon Lucas, president of Hard Rock International, said they are pleased to collaborate with WhyHunger continuously. Its teamwork has allowed it to raise $6.8 million to reduce worldwide food shortage and deprivation. The CEO expressed that since the company is centralized around music, the promotion is a very profound way to get people’s attention and donate through purchasing merchandise. Doing so helps Hard Rock International, WhyHunger and Yoko Ono Lennon’s collaboration to reduce global poverty and hunger.
WhyHunger aims not only to inquire but to discover long-lasting ways to solve global starvation through different strategies. The organization spends money on curriculums that train people to cultivate food and urge them to teach others. Also, the company informs people where they can locate free meals in America via its “WhyHunger Hotline” program. In addition, WhyHunger enhances neighborhoods by advocating for them and tackling the main reasons for their deprivation and scarcity. Also, 90% of the organization’s proceeds are invested into its syllabuses, such as its “Artists Against Hunger and Poverty” program that allows musicians to utilize their talent in stopping worldwide malnourishment and deficiency.
According to Look To The Stars, besides helping the poor, WhyHunger also benefits from this partnership because 30% of product revenues and at least $450,000 will be given to the organization to assist it with ending global deprivation. Hard Rock International and WhyHunger’s team efforts have resulted in the delivery of healthy foods to neighborhoods in 31 nations and 120,600 households. Also, WhyHunger’s website states that because of Yoko Ono Lennon’s kindness, the promotion has assisted the company in helping over 47,800 people learn how to develop and preserve food.
Yoko Ono Lennon’s Thoughts on the Collaboration
In response to Hard Rock International, WhyHunger and Yoko Ono Lennon’s collaboration to reduce global poverty and hunger, Yoko Ono Lennon said the following. “Fifty years ago, my late husband John Lennon released the song ‘Imagine’ with the hope of inspiring a world at peace and free from hunger. Despite the challenges we face today, his impact and vision shine brighter than ever as we work to create a better, hunger-free world for families worldwide with WhyHunger and Hard Rock International.”
Music lovers can also donate to the promotion by purchasing the John Lennon: “Bermuda Tapes” app. Through this app, people can understand how John Lennon’s voyage to Bermuda changed his outlook. Also, people can listen to unique and unpublished music samples and discover the inspiration for the record while helping Hard Rock International, WhyHunger and Yoko Ono Lennon’s Collaboration to reduce global poverty and hunger.
– Jannique McDonald
Photo: Wikimedia Commons