This new invention is equipped to harvest over 20,000 various plant-based crops inside sterile, environmentally controlled, disaster proof domes that can be constructed in any local region.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 17, 2016
Today, civil rights leader, Martin Luther King III, Global Ambassador for Cure4Hunger (C4H) and actor/activist, Cylk Cozart, Co-Founder of the organization simply known as C4H are proud to announce their next initiative to end global starvation by encouraging people to participate in Cure4Hunger’s campaign called, the “C4H10” Challenge. To join, participants can sign up online at: http://www.C4H10.org.
Severe Acute Malnutrition is a global issue that affects millions of children every year. It is the top cause of death for children under the age of five, taking the lives of more than 3.5 million children every year.* Cure4Hunger founders and humanitarians, Eric Williams and Cylk Cozart became proactive by inventing a viable solution through a revolutionary robotic gardening technology called, Gravity Gardens. "This new invention is equipped to harvest over 20,000 various plant-based crops inside sterile, environmentally controlled, disaster proof domes that can be constructed in any local region" said Cozart. The company uses fossil-free energy and water extracted through atmospheric generators designed to operate around the clock.
“We’re excited to announce the launch of C4H10 Challenge, an important social mission we urge everyone to support as Cure4Hunger offers the world's first affordable and legitimate solution to end starvation,” said Martin Luther King III. ”Our goal is to raise a minimum of $600,000 to build a 3,000 square foot dome in Los Angeles with people’s support everywhere. We intend to build thousands of these humanitarian food domes globally but for now, the L.A. inaugural dome will provide fresh food for those in need,” added Cylk Cozart.
MLK III and Cylk are inviting participants to write C4H10 on their bodies, cars…anywhere visible and post a picture of it on social media followed by contributing $10.00 or more at http://www.C4H10.org and then challenging 3 or more friends to do the same. Proceeds will go towards building the inaugural dome. Whoever raises the most money for the challenge and the person who recruits the most people to enter will win an all expense paid trip to Atlanta to share a meal with Martin Luther King III.
The C4H10 Challenge is an opportunity to join the mission to end hunger, have fun, and win prizes. It’s simple and open to all ages. Individuals, families, co-workers, church members and other organizations are encouraged to participate in the challenge by joining at http://www.C4H10.org.
For more information about the global endeavor, visit http://www.Cure4Hunger.org and follow Cure4Hunger on Facebook at Facebook.com/Cure4Hunger. Please share hashtags #Cure4Hunger and #C4H10.
*Community-Based Management of Severe Acute Malnutrition, A Joint Statement by the World Health Organization, the World Food Programme, the United Nations System Standing Committee on Nutrition and the United Nations Children’s Fund, May 2007