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Michael Kors fights global hunger

Kors' Watch Hunger Stop partnership with the United Nations has helped deliver five million meals to hungry children

By Andrea Tim | Published: 11 Jul 2014

Photo: Michael Kors

Michael Kors entered a partnership with United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) last year to help fight global hunger through Watch Hunger Stop. This year, Watch Hunger Stop continues with both Michael Kors and actress Halle Berry, who had also supported UN's programme last year.

"I'm grateful and thrilled," Michael said. "We joined with WFP in the belief that our customers would join us in fighting this huge and solvable problem, and they have."

The new Michael Kors limited edition 100 Series watch was specially designed by Michael in support of WFP. Available in two colours and two sizes, the Michael Kors 100 Series watch is priced at $295 each. For each purchase of the watch, Michael Kors donates $25 dollars to WFP. In turn, WFP delivers nutritious meals to a hundred children in hunger-stricken areas.

Throughout the month of October, in conjunction with World Food Day, customers can also make $5, $10, or $25 to WFP at Michael Kors retail stores around the world.

To order the 100 Series watch, visit the Michael Kors website.


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