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At a point in my childhood, my family was on the verge of food insecurity due to a financial hardship and ever since, I have come to understand the impact of food insecurity. It can affect anyone and at times, some people do not seek for help due to a perceived feeling of being stigmatized and this should never be the case. Organizations are making tremendous impact to fight the issue of food insecurity in the United States and Walmart has been in the forefront of this with the “Fight Hunger, Spark Change.” initiative. I encourage you to support this cause in making a change to fight hunger.
Walmart values the importance of food security for everyone. The company is driven by the goal of offering customers savings on time, money and quality products to live better. Knowing that 40 million Americans struggle with food insecurity, Walmart aims to end food insecurity in local communities across the U.S. by partnering with Feeding America®, brand suppliers, and customers to help secure meals for those in need.
You can participate in the ‘Fight Hunger, Spark Change” cause by purchasing select items at a Walmart store or Walmart.com. These are items that can be found in your pantry and pantries of millions across the U.S. For example, the Frosted Flakes, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Nature Valley granola bars in these pictures are some of the items that we use daily and by purchasing these items from Walmart, you will help secure a meal through Feeding America for families in need. No matter how small, your action can make a big impact.
Disclaimer: For every participating product purchased at Walmart between now and May 20th, 2019, the manufacturer will donate $0.10 to Feeding America® – enough to secure at least 1 meal on behalf of local food banks – up to each manufacturer’s maximum donation. Each manufacturer’s maximum donation is provided on the participating packages. See package or Walmart.com/FightHunger for details.
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