Spoon. Camera. Action. Keep the selfies coming!
Spoontember is halfway over, but there’s still plenty of time to grab a spoon and a camera to raise awareness for the 48 million people facing hunger in America. Need some inspiration?
Thought balancing a spoon on your nose was tricky enough? Check out Ivan from LA’s skills:
This father-son duo take a moment out of play time to join the cause:
And a huge thank you to Chelsea Clinton for taking a group photo with us after our discussion about ending child hunger!
Not to mention the latest celebrities like Tom DeLonge who took the Spoontember challenge – check out our gallery!
If you’re camera shy, there are still plenty of ways you can make a difference. Visit your local food bank’s site more information about how you can get involved in your community – from painting murals to rallying students and working with local government.
Finally, there are more ideas in this blog post.
Whether you take a Spoontember selfie, volunteer (like Kevin Bacon and Karolina Kurkova at City Harvest), donate or simply talk to your neighbor about hunger in America, we thank you for your help in keeping the conversation going throughout Hunger Action Month and year-round!
*Sarah Cicuto is the social media manager, digital engagement, at Feeding America.Tags: Hunger in the News , Hunger Action Month