Dine Out to End Childhood Hunger

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Starting this weekend, you can help end childhood hunger simply by eating out!

 

From September 18th to the 24th, thousands of restaurants across the country will participate in Share Our Strength’s Dine Out for No Kid Hungry Week. Participating restaurants will raise funds through a variety of ways to support No Kid Hungry, Share Our Strength’s national campaign to end childhood hunger in America.

 

All you have to do is eat at a participating restaurant next week. As a result you’ll be helping our country’s children gain access to nutritious foods all year long.

 

If you’re looking for more ways to help, Williams-Sonoma is donating a percentage of sales from the following products to No Kid Hungry:

2 comments about “Dine Out to End Childhood Hunger

  1. Andrew

    Are Denny’s, Breuger’s, and Buffalo Wild Wings really the kind of restaurants you want to push to your customers? Denny’s just released their “Let’s Get Cheesy Menu,” which features a sandwich that contains nearly 1700 calories. Is this the right message to spread to people?

    I understand the organization has noble goals, but recommending unhealthy, poor-tasting food of low-quality is not the way to feed the hungry children of America. You guys can and should be doing more to promote a lifestyle of healthier eating.

    Reply
  2. Andrew

    Are Denny’s, Breuger’s, and Buffalo Wild Wings really the kind of restaurants you want to push to your customers? Denny’s just released their “Let’s Get Cheesy Menu,” which features a sandwich that contains nearly 1700 calories. Is this the right message to spread to people?

    I understand the organization has noble goals, but recommending unhealthy, poor-tasting food of low-quality is not the way to feed the hungry children of America. You guys can and should be doing more to promote a lifestyle of healthier eating.

    Reply

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