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Tuesday, January 13

Share Our Strength - Operation No Kid Hungry

And now, a message from Food Network's charity of choice, Share Our Strength:

Share Our Strength has launched a brand new campaign to raise funds to help end childhood hunger. "Operation No Kid Hungry" responds to President-elect Obama's call to action to end childhood hunger by 2015.

Share Our Strength has partnered with AT&T to offer two great ways that you can support and participate in "Operation No Kid Hungry":

1. Donate by text
Simply text "SHARE" to 20222 on your mobile device to donate $5. AT&T will match all text donations up to $100,000. Help us meet this challenge grant! Find out more.

2. Hold a food drive
Beginning January 19th, a national day of community service, help feed those in need by holding your own community food drive. Visit strength.org to find a food bank and a list of the most needed nutritious foods.


I'm contemplating going to the inauguration ceremony next Tuesday. Maybe I could get everyone in the crowd to text SHARE to 20222?

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At 1/13/2009 3:58 PM , Blogger Schottzie03 said...

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At 1/13/2009 4:00 PM , Blogger Schottzie03 said...

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At 1/13/2009 4:00 PM , Blogger Schottzie03 said...

No one should go hungry.

To that end, have they gotten any food to Robin Miller yet?

At 1/13/2009 9:42 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

i thought childhood obesity was the problem. i'm confused.

At 1/14/2009 1:15 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Barry's pretty naive or delusional if he thinks childhood hunger will be ended by 2015 ...

It's just NOT physically possible ...

Especially when he/his cronies don't want to give federal funds to faith-based initiatives (which are what the majority of food banks in the USA just so happen to be) ...

At 1/19/2009 5:11 PM , Anonymous Kari Rippetoe said...

Hi Jacob,

Thanks so much for your support! It's people like you who really make a difference, and together we can end childhood hunger.


Kari Rippetoe
Share Our Strength

Connect With Share Our Strength
Twitter - http://twitter.com/sharestrength
Facebook - http://www.strength.org/fb/shareourstrength


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