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Live Below the Line

Thousands of people, for five days this August, have chosen to spend just $2.25 each day on food. They are doing this because there are 1.4 billion people who have no choice other than to do it every day. $2.25 represents the amount someone living in extreme poverty in New Zealand would have to live on. For people who live in extreme poverty that $2.25 has to cover far more than food and drink: health, housing, transport, food, education…

Live Below the Line with P3Foundation from P3 Foundation on Vimeo.

In NZ it is being organised by the P3 Foundation.
Here’s the NZ site
Here’s the international site
Here’s the facebook page
Here’s where the money goes. You can donate to them.

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