Blog entry Freerice in Motion

23 November 2011

Freerice like you’ve never seen it before! This brand-new video is another reminder that Freerice is not your average trivia game....

We hope this video will help introduce the site to new players. Why is that important? Because the more people who play, the more rice we raise and the more people we can help. So far, we have raised enough to feed almost 5 million people.

The power of Freerice lies in everyone doing our small part. So please share this video with friends and family, and let's rice up against hunger!


Blog entry This Week’s Pick of the Groups: NerdFighters, Finnish Free Ricers and a CBC presenter

14 October 2010

Since launching the new version of Freerice, we have seen over 55,000 people sign up and over 2,300 groups created. With such a range, finding an suitable or interesting group can be difficult.

Below are 5 interesting groups for this week’s pick:

Finnish Free Ricers: The group is created by Freerice’s top player, Verano, who has earned as an individual 2,520,000 grains since signing up! Finnish Free Ricers have raised more rice than any other group on Freerice.


Blog entry Spotlight: A Troop of Hunger Fighters

17 December 2012

We have a troop of cadets helping us to "rice up" against hunger! The National Cadet Corps unit from Clementi Town Secondary School in Singapore raised rice in answering questions and learning, but took their involvement a step further by helping us to create questions to add to our Math section, as well as a proposed Computer Education subject. We hope to publish these questions in the coming months.


Blog entry Spotlight: Hunger Fighter at Headquarters, Faye Kaloudi

22 November 2012

Faye Kaloudi is the Freericer extraordinaire who co-runs the Freerice group, Mars Army Against Hunger, which has recruited over 400 people to take up arms against hunger! She recently visited our offices at the United Nations World Food Programme headquarters in Rome, Italy.


Blog entry Score Against Hunger to Win $1,000

20 November 2012

We know you’re digitally savvy, globally conscious and multi-taskers: at school, home or on the run, you play Freerice to fight hunger while increasing your knowledge. To say “thank you” for your dedication and time, we’re excited to tell you about a competition.


Blog entry Spotlight: Humboldt-School Students and Teachers

26 October 2012

The Latin and English teachers and students at the Humboldt-School in Berlin got together to fight hunger and brush up on their Latin - all in one click. Together they created over 2,000 Latin questions to launch the new Latin subject on Freerice.

Play the new Latin subject, or "Ludere novum Latine subiectum"


Blog entry Happy World Food Day! Help us reach our goal

16 October 2012

Happy World Food Day! The World Food Programme aims to raise nutritious meals for 50,000 school kids, by the end of today! And we need your help - it takes 3 easy steps and costs nothing.

Get started!


Blog entry World Food Day: 3 easy steps to feed a child like Molly

09 October 2012

Most of you know Molly. She's the young girl living in the slums of Nairobi who's become a star, visited by big shot CNN reporters. It all started when the World Food Programme asked her to film her life on a pink and white Flipcam. Since then, she's become an unofficial ambassador for WFP's School Meal programmes.


Blog entry Freerice 5 Year Anniversary: Looking back

07 October 2012

Today, five years ago, Freerice was launched by John Breen, a Harvard professor with a passion for fighting world hunger. He hoped it would grow, helping to feed and educate as many people as possible throughout the world. Since then, it's become an award-winning site and a powerful tool for raising funds and awareness about the fight against hunger.


Blog entry The Gift of Words

04 October 2012

It’s our birthday (if you didn't know)! And to celebrate, we’re a launching a subject called Famous Quotes.

A few weeks ago, we asked you to helps us grow this subject. Your response, as always, was great! We had over 250 submissions of quotes by some of the greatest thinkers in history, and a few people we’d prefer to forget but we've included nonetheless as they changed the world.