This is a sponsored post.
Walmart's Fight Hunger. Spark Change. campaign & Twitter Party 9/30 1pm ET
Walmart is helping to fight hunger with the Fight Hunger. Spark Change. campaign. I am honored to share the campaign with you and give you the details for the Twitter party. I’m going to start with this really quick 20 second video because hearing about kids being hungry is what worries me the most.

Hungry Kids

Fight Hunger. Spark Change.

Walmart is teaming up with G. Garvin, a chef, cookbook author and TV host and is asking you to show your support for your local food bank by voting online here through October 5. You can vote once each day and the top 50 winning food banks will receive a $60,000 grant to help feed the hungry in your community.

Along with voting, you can find information about how you can volunteer or give directly to help fight hunger in your community. This campaign will bring the monetary equivalent of more than 37 million meals to Feeding America food banks throughout the US. That is a lot of meals that will feed hungry people.

Fight Hunger Spark Change with Walmart

Never Knowing Hunger

Each day as it nears lunchtime and my stomach starts growling and I’m hungry, I feel my energy and mood go way down. I have a hard time focusing on anything. I ate breakfast at 7:00 am and it’s about Noon when I feel my hunger pains.

I can not even imagine how it must feel when you have not had a meal in a day. I think about kids in school trying to learn when they have not had a meal since lunch the day before.

 

Fight Hunger. Spark Change Twitter Party

When: September 30, 2014 at 1:00 pm ET

Where: Twitter#Vote2FightHunger

RSVP: http://twtvite.com/vote2fighthunger

Prizes: Randomly award 5 prizes throughout the party, from all eligible correct responses to trivia questions. Each prize is a $25 Walmart gift card!

Prize Eligibility: No purchase necessary. Entrants must be legal residents of the 50 United States + D.C. 18 years of age or older. Void where prohibited.

Be sure to join us for the Twitter party. This is such an important topic.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post through The Motherhood. All opinions are my own.

 

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