I am partnering with Farm Rich to support a local charity. I received an honorarium for my participation. All opinions are 100% mine.
Our family is very fortunate. We have a house over our heads, healthcare, clothing and plenty of food to eat. Sometimes I worry that my kids take it for granted. This holiday season I am taking the time to teach my small children that sometimes people aren’t as fortunate and we should give back to our communities and help whenever we can.
Second Helpings is transforming lives through the power of food. This organization rescues prepared and perishable food and then their chefs prepare it into nutritious meals. These meals are then distributed to over 80 social services organizations throughout the Indianapolis area that feed hungry people. Not only that they also train disadvantaged adults for careers in the culinary field while they collect the food!
Since its founding in 1998, Second Helpings has recovered 25 million pounds of food and delivered nearly 10 million meals to serve children and families in need. Over 600 adults have graduated from their Culinary Job Training Program.
Farm Rich is a company my family loves. They offer easy, wholesome, feel-good foods for busy parents who want to raise good kids and have happy families. Through #HolidayHungerNoMore, together we’re helping to provide more families and individuals in Indianapolis with wholesome meals that will bring a smile to their faces this holiday season.
Here is how you can help!
The amazing people at Farm Rich will donate $5 to Second Helpings for every photo or message sharing how you and your family give back during the holidays on social media or in the comments of this post (using the hashtag #HolidayHungerNoMore). You just need to post by 12/31 with the hashtag #HolidayHungerNoMore for your gift to count!
Please help me spread the word by retweeting:
— Kathy Hodson (@amomsimpression) December 14, 2016
Let’s make a difference in someone’s life this holiday season. Join me by sharing your give-back words or pictures using the hashtag #HolidayHungerNoMore
How do you give back during the giving season?