Donate while you learn something“. The donation idea shook my head when I heard it several years back from now.

Now, in this lockdown situation due to Covid-19 pandemic your kids are in home busy with mobiles, games and TV cartoons. Schools are shut. They are getting bored.

So, here is the idea to shift their mind to charities. But, this charity doesn’t need you to pay any money, but a question & answer game will enhance your child’s English vocabulary skill, knowledge of Geography, Humanities, Language learning, Math, Science, Global Goals: Using Facts to Fuel Action and in the meantime your child will help donate Free Rice to World Food Programme (WFP).

So, what is the game and what is World Food Programme (WFP)?

As you play Freerice and answer questions right, advertisements appear on your screen. Advertisements shown on screen, trigger a financial payment to the World Food Programme (WFP) to support its work saving and changing lives around the world.

In this donate free rice game, these payments are represented via grains of rice. The amount of money generated when you see an advertisement can vary, but is roughly equivalent to what the World Food Programme spends to purchase 10 grains of rice.

By playing, you are generating the money that pays for this rice. This money is used for many types of assistance — not just rice — depending on where needs are greatest. Regardless of the type of assistance, you can be sure that 100% of all funds generated on Freerice go to the World Food Programme, and 93.5% of every payment received by the World Food Programme goes directly towards helping children and their families. Freerice does not earn or keep any money it raises.

So, start playing. Because, the game window is very clear, there are various categories and the ongoing advertisement doesn’t distract or clumsy. You and your kids will love it to play.

There is Free Rice app too.