The Elon Musk Foundation has pledged $50M to support the alleviation of hunger in the world.
The money will be donated by the billionaire investor’s private foundation, according to the Washington Post.
The $50m will be used to support food, shelter, nutrition, health care, education, transportation, disaster relief and emergency preparedness programs.
The Foundation is a private non-profit organization.
The Foundation will focus its efforts on food security, climate change, health, and other issues in areas where the human right to food is at risk, according the Washington Times.
The goal is to empower communities, particularly rural and impoverished communities, to make their own decisions about food security.
“Food security is the most critical and pressing issue facing humanity.
It is one of the most pressing challenges of our time.
In order to solve the hunger crisis, we must build a more sustainable food system, and build strong food security programs in rural and developing countries.
The Elon Foundation has been working for decades to build a sustainable food economy, but we can’t do it alone,” Musk said in a statement.
Musk’s foundation has contributed more than $1.8 billion to humanitarian projects worldwide since 2000.
The foundation has provided over $1 billion to organizations fighting hunger and poverty in the United States, including food aid and disaster relief.