Join the FREERICE Competition!
Join the FREERICE Competition online June 28 - July 9, 2021 to get smarter, support the UN World Food Programme, and...BEAT TCU!
Freerice is an educational trivia game that helps you get smarter while making a difference for people around the world. Every question you answer correctly in the game triggers a financial payment to the World Food Programme (WFP) to support its work saving and changing lives around the world.
In the game, these payments are represented by grains of rice so by playing Freerice, you are generating the money that pays for this rice. This money goes into the pot of greatest needs to support WFP's ongoing emergencies. 100% of all funds generated on Freerice go to the World Food Programme. Freerice does not earn or keep any money it raises.
We've had a streak of championship wins, and we need help beating out Texas Christian University (TCU), Texas Tech and other universities across the globe in this friendly competition. So be sure to select the Baylor University Summer 2021 Group (DQW6PAPK) so that your totals will be added to the overall group!
To get started:
1. Visit Freerice.com/groups
2. Sign-Up or Sign-In
3. Enter Group Code: DQW6PAPK
4. Start Playing (and Keep Playing!)
5. Screenshot Your Progress & Tag @BUmissions on Instagram or Twitter for a chance to win free merch packs!
Since 2010, Freerice has raised more than 210 billion grains of rice for people in need. In cash equivalent, that is US $1.41 million! Join the community of 500,000 players from around the world and start making a difference today.
About Baylor Missions & Public Life
The Department of Missions and Public Life strives to shape Baylor's faithful engagement with Waco and the world. To do so we provide opportunities for students to love their neighbors by deepening human connection, cultivating self-discovery, developing a healthy worldview, and equipping servant-leaders.
As part of the Office of Spiritual Life at Baylor University, our efforts seeks to nurture theological depth, spiritual wholeness, and missional living in students, faculty, and staff.