September is Hunger Action Month – a month dedicated to taking action around fighting against hunger and food injustice. And this year, it’s also the month we celebrate Sukkot, a holiday that calls to mind the blessing of having enough to eat, and the importance of helping others who don’t.

This month, in part 2 of our ongoing crowdsource funding series, we scouted some great anti-hunger related projects that are currently campaigning for support. We don’t know the people involved in these projects personally, but we think the work they are doing to fight hunger locally, nationally, and abroad is worthy of some serious attention. We hope you do too!

Leather Bracelets for Hunger This IndieGoGo campaign launched by Global Ties envisions a world without hunger. To help get there, they are selling beautiful, simply designed leather bracelets. Each bracelet bought equals money that will go directly to feed people in need around the world. Goal: $50,000 / Deadline: October 5, 2013

Paid Farm Internship in Brooklyn This In Our Back Yard (IOBY) campaign launched by Bushwick Campus Farm is raising money to create a food justice internship during the fall and spring semesters to provide job experience and for underserved youth in Brooklyn. Goal: $27,639 / Status: Open for Funding

Grove-Shafter Garden This IndieGoGo campaign launched by Friends of the Oakland Fox is raising money to build a community garden in an underserved neighborhood in Oakland.
Goal: $43,000 / Deadline: October 7, 2013

Together Farm Blocks This Kickstarter Campaign launched by TogetherFarm is raising funds to simple, easy to put together farm boxes and raised beds that anyone can use in their backyard or community garden. Made from recycled materials, they will help make gardening accessible to all. Goal: $75,000 / Deadline: September 23, 2013

Do you know of an amazing anti hunger-related crowd source campaign that deserves support? Let us know in the comments below or by tweeting @repairtheworld.