Hunger in America isn’t just a problem of quantity, it’s about quality. Millions of low-income families and individuals around the country can’t afford or don’t have access to high-quality nutrition. And while food banks are doing everything they can to fill the gap, over 50 million Americans – including 17 million children – struggle to get enough nutritious food every day. Good nutrition is something we care very deeply about. Our purpose is to prove great taste and good nutrition can go hand in hand. We’ve made it our mission to help America eat better, that’s why we partner with organizations like Why Hunger and A Sense of Home.
We’ve teamed up with WhyHunger, an organization which truly understands that solving the hunger problem means doing a lot more than just providing more calories. Through their innovative approach and a network of pioneering food banks across the country, WhyHunger addresses the root causes while focusing on the quality of food being provided to America’s hungry.Learn More
A Sense of Home
A Sense of Home (ASOH) changes the lives of foster youth who have “aged out” of the foster care system by creating warm and inviting homes for them. Using donated furniture and housewares, volunteers work with the youth to help them realize their own sense of home — often for the first time, in the process, helping them achieve self-sufficiency.Learn More