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How to Help Feed the Hungry for the Holidays

How to Help Feed the Hungry for the Holidays


There’s plenty you can do to help those who don't have enough to eat this holiday season

Action Against Hunger

Active in 43 countries, Action Against Hunger has more than 5,000 people in the field helping more than seven million people get access to food and water every year. You can donate here.

Bread for the World

Bread for the World Institute works with lawmakers and governments, providing “policy analysis on hunger and strategies to end it.” By working from the inside, they’re able to assist governments in devising strategies to combat everything from child nutrition to climate change-related hunger. You can donate here.

Feeding America

Feeding America works closely with more than 200 local food banks around the country, providing food to more than 37 million hungry Americans yearly. You can donate here; every dollar donated buys 10 meals to be distributed.

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels supports more than 5,000 senior nutrition programs in all 50 states, where 2 million volunteers distribute food to more than 2.5 million homebound senior citizens. You can donate here.

Oxfam

Oxfam tackles issues of hunger as well as poverty and social injustice at home and around the world. They believe that poverty and hunger are rooted in injustice, and if you eliminate injustice you can eliminate poverty. You can donate here.

The Hunger Project

The Hunger Project takes a holistic approach toward ending hunger and poverty, by empowering villagers in more than 17,000 communities in Africa, South Asia, and Latin America to “become the agents of their own development.” You can read more about their approach here, and donate here.

UNICEF

UNICEF’s goal is to give every child a safe and healthy childhood, working toward a day when no children die from preventable causes. They provide humanitarian relief to children in danger around the world, in the form of food and medicine. You can donate here.


How to Help Feed the Hungry If You Can't Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen

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49 million Americans struggle to put food on their tables. In fact, one in six people in America face hunger. The facts are there and something needs to be done. Although volunteering at a soup kitchen may be the first thing that comes to your mind (and is a great thing to do!), there are other options to help feed the hungry.


How to Help Feed the Hungry If You Can't Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

49 million Americans struggle to put food on their tables. In fact, one in six people in America face hunger. The facts are there and something needs to be done. Although volunteering at a soup kitchen may be the first thing that comes to your mind (and is a great thing to do!), there are other options to help feed the hungry.


How to Help Feed the Hungry If You Can't Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

49 million Americans struggle to put food on their tables. In fact, one in six people in America face hunger. The facts are there and something needs to be done. Although volunteering at a soup kitchen may be the first thing that comes to your mind (and is a great thing to do!), there are other options to help feed the hungry.


How to Help Feed the Hungry If You Can't Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

49 million Americans struggle to put food on their tables. In fact, one in six people in America face hunger. The facts are there and something needs to be done. Although volunteering at a soup kitchen may be the first thing that comes to your mind (and is a great thing to do!), there are other options to help feed the hungry.


How to Help Feed the Hungry If You Can't Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

49 million Americans struggle to put food on their tables. In fact, one in six people in America face hunger. The facts are there and something needs to be done. Although volunteering at a soup kitchen may be the first thing that comes to your mind (and is a great thing to do!), there are other options to help feed the hungry.


How to Help Feed the Hungry If You Can't Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

49 million Americans struggle to put food on their tables. In fact, one in six people in America face hunger. The facts are there and something needs to be done. Although volunteering at a soup kitchen may be the first thing that comes to your mind (and is a great thing to do!), there are other options to help feed the hungry.


How to Help Feed the Hungry If You Can't Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

49 million Americans struggle to put food on their tables. In fact, one in six people in America face hunger. The facts are there and something needs to be done. Although volunteering at a soup kitchen may be the first thing that comes to your mind (and is a great thing to do!), there are other options to help feed the hungry.


How to Help Feed the Hungry If You Can't Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

49 million Americans struggle to put food on their tables. In fact, one in six people in America face hunger. The facts are there and something needs to be done. Although volunteering at a soup kitchen may be the first thing that comes to your mind (and is a great thing to do!), there are other options to help feed the hungry.


How to Help Feed the Hungry If You Can't Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

49 million Americans struggle to put food on their tables. In fact, one in six people in America face hunger. The facts are there and something needs to be done. Although volunteering at a soup kitchen may be the first thing that comes to your mind (and is a great thing to do!), there are other options to help feed the hungry.


How to Help Feed the Hungry If You Can't Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

49 million Americans struggle to put food on their tables. In fact, one in six people in America face hunger. The facts are there and something needs to be done. Although volunteering at a soup kitchen may be the first thing that comes to your mind (and is a great thing to do!), there are other options to help feed the hungry.


Watch the video: How to help feed the hungry and donate this holiday season