The holiday season is a time for festive decorations, celebrations of family and thanksgiving, and the inspiration to give back to those in need. This year, Feeding America partners are taking a stand in support of the 42 million people in America facing food insecurity, and are offering numerous partnerships that enable everyone to support hunger relief during their holiday activities.
For the 6th consecutive year, Feeding America® and Bank of America are partnering on the Give A Meal program, to raise funds to feed people who struggle with hunger. For every $1 donated to the program, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation will give $2 more, and 100% of the funds donated by an individual online will be directed to local food banks based on donor zip code or to Feeding America.
Get Some. Give Back. The specialty retailer offers a curated collection of licensed pop culture merchandise. With every $10 spent in-store or online, BoxLunch will help provide a meal* for someone struggling with hunger.
Celebrate the season with Crate and Barrel by giving back. Donate at least $5 online or in-store and receive a holiday CD by soul and jazz artist, Sherry Dyanne.
Disney’s Share the Joy campaign kicked off on November 1st with the intent of inspiring kids and families to volunteer and spread goodwill this holiday season to those who need it most.
This Thanksgiving, try a new tradition to get the whole family involved in the spirit of giving. Facebook's Fundraisers tool makes it easy to rally your friends and family to contribute to Feeding America in support of families facing hunger right now. Setting up a fundraiser is a great way to show your generosity and take a stand against hunger during this season of giving.
Starting November 16, customers can purchase a “Holidays Without Hunger” box of food for $5 or make a cash donation at the register and Food Lion Feeds will donate the box or funds to your local food bank.
Here comes the Green Bean casserole! French’s is providing a million meals* to families in need through Feeding America this holiday season through the purchase of specially marked containers of French’s Crispy Fried Onions.
Garrett Popcorn Shops, a Chicago based, family-owned company, is launching its first-ever custom partnership Tin. For each Feeding America Tin sold, Garrett will donate 10% of the purchase price to Feeding America and its nationwide network of food banks. The Tin is available in quart and gallon sizes.
This holiday season, Gilt invites customers to join them in supporting Feeding America. From November 29 through December 6, for every donation made on Gilt.com, Gilt will match dollar for dollar up to $10,000.
Kiehl’s has partnered with Brooklyn-based artists Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller of FAILE on a custom designed collection that will help provide more than 1,000,000 meals* to families in need this holiday season.
Kroger is doubling up their commitment to facing food insecurity this season. Kroger will donate one meal through the Feeding America network of food banks for every flu shot administered at all Kroger family of pharmacies or The Little Clinic locations. Also, between November 1 and December 31, 2016, when you share a photo of your empty dinner plate with the hashtag #PictureYourPlate, Kroger will donate the equivalent of 1,000 meals to Feeding America.*
Staying rested is key for managing the holiday rush. For every stay booked directly on OmniHotels.com, Omni will donate 28 meals to Feeding America. Donations will benefit Feeding America affiliated food banks locally in the 42 communities where Omni Hotels & Resorts operate.
This year, Pampered Chef has introduced a limited-edition set of Emoji Cookie Cutter Sets For each set purchased, the company will donate $1, to Feeding America. Pampered Chef also encourages Cooking Show guests to “round up” their orders to the nearest dollar or more in support of the network food bank that serves the community where the donation was made.
Produce for Kids will donate 1 meal* for every new follow on the Produce for Kids Facebook and Instagram pages during their first Holiday Meal Drive. The all-digital program will run through December 31st.
From November 1st through December 24th, Save-A-Lot is hosting a holiday food drive. Shoppers can help their neighbors by purchasing and donating a bag of groceries for $6.79.
Spiritual Gangster is a yoga-inspired clothing brand that reflects an inner state of being. Every item sold triggers a donation to provide a meal to a person in need.
This year, Sprouts' motto is "Bag Hunger and Take Care" and Sprouts will add an option for customers to purchase "Take Care" bags that will be filled with discounted body care essentials.
From September 1st to December 31st, The Cheesecake Factory will donate $0.25 of every slice of both Pumpkin and Pumpkin Pecan Cheesecake sold, to raise a minimum of $150,000 for Feeding America and its network of 200 local food banks.
Give Hunger The Boot this holiday season and help The Frye Company raise more than 1.6 million meals* for kids and families in need. As part of this effort they will be selling the limited edition Harvest Tote bag donating $100 from each purchase to Feeding America.
Teaming up with Cheryl’s this holiday season, The Great American Milk Drive will receive 15% of proceeds from special milk drive themed cookie gifts. Visit milklife.com for more information on Great American Milk Drive cookie baskets and the need for milk in America’s food banks. Additionally, through December 25th, when you purchase a 9.4 ounce or larger size of M&M’s at Walmart stores, Mars will donate the value of a gallon of milk, for a total of up to $100,000.
Get your gobble on in support of the 1 in 8 people facing hunger in America. For every turkey purchased, Turkey On The Table will donate 11 meals* to Feeding America. To learn more about Turkey On The Table's commitment to giving back during this season of thanksgiving, visit http://turkeyonthetable.com/.
Throughout this joyful and busy season, we strive to remember those who struggle to provide the basic necessities for themselves and their loved ones. We may all take simple steps to incorporate charitable actions into our holiday celebrations, and ensure a happy start to the new year for those around us.