Who is better positioned to promote Feed the Children and our brand than you, a member of the Feed the Children team? It is widely known that the best advocates for an organization and its brand, are its employees. Below you will find tools and tips to help you become a Feed the Children brand ambassador. Share with your friends and family in your social channels and help spread the word about our incredible mission!
Moms are superheroes. And being a mom is more than a full-time job. For their children, mothers often take on the work of being role models, counselors, teachers, IT experts, nurses, and more. It’s invisible labor, and often goes unrewarded.This Mother’s Day, we want to say thank you to all moms for the hard work they do. Let’s come together and support these incredible women.
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Forty percent of moms are the primary source of income in their households, and mothers everywhere are balancing a plethora of responsibilities as the lines between career and parenthood are indefinitely blurred with online learning and shelter in place orders. We partner with Feed the Children to relieve some of the added stress moms are feeling right now. Join us as we thank all our wonderful moms who keep our families running.
As moms continue to take on more and more because of the increased load COVID-19 has created, they need our love and support more than ever. That’s why we’ve partnered with Feed the Children this Mother’s Day, together we get to serve moms and make them feel extra special when they spend their every waking moment serving others.
A strong family has a strong foundation, and we couldn’t be more grateful for the foundations in our lives: our mothers. Moms everywhere have taken on even more this year, educator, boss, chef, organizer, driver, you name it moms have more on their plates than ever. We partner with Feed the children to make moms around our community who are struggling to show their strength feel extra special by providing them a little relief this Mother’s Day.
It is estimated 1 in 4 children are struggling with hunger due to the pandemic. Childhood hunger contributes to poor performance in school, mood disorders, and brain development; that’s why we partner with Feed the Children. Working together, we can continue to provide food, education materials and essentials to kids and families struggling. #DefeatHunger
2020 was unlike any year in recent history. Food lines were the longest we’ve seen in our generation. An estimated 18 million children food insecure and out of school, missing important meals. That’s why our partnership with Feed the Children is more important than ever, together we can provide hungry kids and families with the food and essentials they need for the hope of brighter futures. #DefeatHunger
1 in 6 families are suffering from food insecurity due to the impact of the pandemic. With food lines remaining the longest we’ve seen in recent history, we continue to partner with Feed the Children to provide food, school supplies and daily essentials for vulnerable kids and communities affected by hunger. #DefeatHunger
In the land of plenty, millions of boys and girls are struggling with hunger. It is estimated 35 million Americans don't have enough food to feed their families, with households in rural communities experiencing higher food insecurity rates. We partner with Feed the Children to provide food and essentials to hungry families in our communities. #DefeatHunger
It's urgent to keep reaching communities with food, reaching food-insecure families, and filling empty plates. With an estimated 18 million children struggling with hunger, we must continue to partners with organizations like Feed the Children to provide vulnerable families with the food and resources for brighter days. #DefeatHunger
It is estimated 1 in 4 children are struggling with being hungry. Full bellies are essential for successful school days for kids. Going to school hungry can lead to many problems such as inability to stay focused, decreased self-esteem, and underdeveloped social skills. Our dream of a world where no child goes to bed hungry is why we partner with Feed the Children to provide the food and resources to vulnerable families for brighter futures. #DefeatHunger