Sometimes life isn’t fair and circumstances become less than ideal. Americans in our own backyards are struggling to feed their children. This is not a Third World country only issue. In fact I shared last month that “nearly 16 million children in the U.S. may not know where their next meal is coming from”. If that number still doesn’t creep you out, take a look at Map the Meal Gap. A map of local food insecurity data. As a mom to three small boys my heart is pulled to be an advocate against Child Hunger.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post to bring awareness to Ask Hunter Hayes Child Hunger Ends Here. All thoughts expressed are my own.
I imagine my children’s peers only solid meal coming from school. And the meals they eat at home being less than nutritious or even obsolete. So I come to you today to help raise awareness on this message of bridging the gap of hungry children. We can help donate meals to families, just by doing things we are already doing. Country crooner Hunter Hayes is lending his name to the cause in a fun way. “Ask Hunter” has launched! A special campaign that lets fans ask Hunter a question and he may answer it personally in a video!
For the chance to Ask Hunter Hayes, enter a code on www.childhungerendshere.com. For more details on finding codes, read last months Simple Ways to Ends Child Hunger post. Child Hunger Ends Here has some great suggestions if you are brain stumped on what to ask Hunter. Do you want to know what drives him, what his biggest hobby outside of music? Get your questions ready and you may be one of the participants who gets their questions answered.
If you are not yet a fan of Hunter Hayes, check out his single Invisible on iTunes.
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