Fall 2017 Look Ahead; and No Kid Hungry

Every year, food drive and food donation activity peaks as the leaves turn in October and November.  We have high hopes for a successful food drive season this year and are busy planning to get ready for it.  We’ll be making some exciting announcements soon – so stay tuned! We had a chance to visit…

Welcome to the Movement!

We’re always excited when a new organization or person joins the #GiveHealthy Movement.  So we’re thrilled to welcome The Food Trust to our growing list of national partners and we’re psyched that Rachel Sumekh, the Founder of  Swipe Out Hunger is joining our Advisory Board.  We know that they both will help propel our movement…

Our Kind of Case Study!

Here’s a secret…We’ve been working closely with a terrific food pantry that serves people in and around Greenwich, Connecticut on a CASE STUDY to see what happens when groups begin to organize #GiveHealthy food drives. The short answer: WOW! WOW! means they raise more food, they raise healthy food and have a lot of fun…

Why I Joined the #GiveHealthy Movement

Guest Blog Post by James Devine, #GiveHealthy intern I am a marketing student at Seton Hall University’s Stillman School of Business and one of several interns working on #GiveHealthy. I joined the Give Healthy Movement because I enjoy helping others and believe that this initiative is a great way to make a difference for people…

The #GiveHealthy Movement Launches!

The #GiveHealthy Movement launched at the Broccoli City Festival in Washington DC on May 6, 2017. The Festival is about many things, including great music, culture and social impact. It’s also about healthy food access, particularly in urban areas. A perfect place to launch our movement to change the most common form of giving in…

Wholesome Wave Guest Blog Post

Every day, millions of American families have to choose between putting healthy food on their table and paying their bills. Fruits and vegetables often lose out to a tank of gas or a rent payment, proving that making healthy food choices isn’t a choice at all. In an effort to help the 44 million Americans…