Ecomom.com's It's All Good Project -- Feeding Hungry Kids in the USjentatertots
I was excited to hear about Ecomom.com‘s “It’s All Good” project.
Here’s the idea:
Because there are millions of hungry kids in the US, ecomom.com has a new program to help feed kids in need with the same quality food that they carry!
Their goal in the coming year is to feed 100,000 U.S children with nutritious, GMO-free, organic food.
Read on to see how you can get involved:
The It’s All Good project is simple: every time you buy something on ecomom.com, they provide a needy child with meals. They’re not just any meals, they’re the same organic food they sell and eat themselves. They work with local agencies to get this food where it is most needed across the US.
In fact, they recently did a “food drop” in New York at The Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco) in the Bronx. (In these pics: ecomom.com Chief Mom Officer Emily Blakeney, ecomom.com co-founder and CEO Jody Sherman, and actor/dad David Arquette):
You can get involved, too.
Here’s what you can do:
1. Watch the video about the program and the NY food drop to learn how you can help. (You’ll need to “Like” the page to watch the video.)
2. Share the video with your friends (share with 5 or more and you can win a $100 shopping spree from ecomom.com)
3. Visit ecomom.com and check out the cool, ec0-smart products they sell. If you buy something, every order buys meals for hungry kids across the US (and shipping’s free above $50!)
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