Trimble Donates $100,000 to World Food Program USA’s Erase Children’s Hunger Campaign
Trimble Donates $100,000 to World Food Program USA’s Erase Children’s Hunger Campaign

Trimble Donates $100,000 to World Food Program USA’s Erase Children’s Hunger Campaign

Donation in observance of World Food Day will provide school meals to thousands of children across the globe 

WESTMINSTER, Colo. —Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) announced a donation of $100,000 to World Food Program USA’s corporate partner program, ERASE HUNGER, raising funds in support of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)’s school meals program around the world. 

In observance of World Food Day, Trimble’s donation will go toward supporting World Food Program USA’s campaign focused on supporting kids and their communities through a school meals program. Currently, 345 million people globally are acutely food insecure, and three million children a year die from hunger and hunger-related illness. 

“The world is facing the largest global food crisis in modern history,” said Jim Chambers, vice president of agriculture for Trimble. “We recognize the importance of coming together to feed the world’s growing population. This donation serves as a small part toward our goal by providing staple meals, via schools, to children across the world.”

School meals not only improve children’s nutrition and health but serve as a vital social safety net. By ensuring children get a nutritious daily meal at school, this program incentivizes parents to send their children to school. It promotes academic achievement, school attendance and gender equity, by encouraging families to keep all kids in school. In 2022, the U.N. World Food Programme, the world’s largest provider of school meals, provided 22 million children with school meals, take-home rations and/or snacks. 

“We thank Trimble for their generous support as we work to feed school children around the world. A child can’t learn if they’re hungry. WFP’s school meals program is essential to nourishing both body and mind,” said Barron Segar, president and CEO, World Food Program USA. “Private sector support is critical to helping us respond to the growing need as we face an unprecedented global hunger crisis.” 

To learn how to get involved with or donate to World Food Program USA, visit: www.wfpusa.org.

About Trimble’s Agriculture Division
Trimble’s agriculture division provides solutions that solve complex technology challenges across the entire agricultural landscape. The solutions enable farmers and advisors to allocate scarce resources to produce a safe, reliable food supply in a profitable and environmentally sustainable manner. To enable better decision making, Trimble offers technology integration that allows farmers to collect, share, and manage information across their farm, while providing improved operating efficiencies in the agricultural value chain. Trimble solutions include guidance and steering; grade control, leveling and drainage; flow and application control; irrigation; harvest solutions; desktop and cloud-based data management; and correction services. On Sept. 28, 2023 Trimble announced a definitive agreement with AGCO to create a joint venture in agriculture technology. For more information on Trimble Agriculture, visit: agriculture.trimble.com.

About Trimble
Dedicated to the world’s tomorrow, Trimble is a technology company delivering solutions that enable our customers to work in new ways to measure, build, grow and move goods for a better quality of life. Core technologies in positioning, modeling, connectivity and data analytics connect the digital and physical worlds to improve productivity, quality, safety, transparency and sustainability. From purpose-built products and enterprise lifecycle solutions to industry cloud services, Trimble is transforming critical industries such as construction, geospatial, agriculture and transportation to power an interconnected world of work. For more information about Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB), visit:  www.trimble.com.

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