Child Hunger Ends Here Campaign Makes it Easy to Help! #childhungerendshere

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CHILD HUNGER ENDS HERE! BLOGGER CORRESPONDENTBeing a mom, I fully understand how heartbreaking it must be to see any child, maybe even your child go hungry. I haven’t experienced this firsthand but knowing that so many actually don’t get the food their growing bodies need makes me very sad indeed. That is why any program that allows me to buy foods that my family would normally eat and help a child get a full stomach is a cause I’m happy to support.

ConAgra has partnered with Feeding America on behalf of local food banks to donate enough money for one meal to be secured, up to 2.5 million meals for each code entered from specially marked ConAgra products.

I recently visited my local Wal-Mart Supercenter with my family to hunt for products with the Child Hunger Ends Here push pin logo so we could get started entering codes and helping others! Check out my experience!

Easy right?

Product codes can then be entered at to donate a meal. This process is extremely simple.

Simply enter the 8 digit code on the product. No super long codes or confusing letter and number combinations. (Is that a o or a zero?) You can see on the progress bar how close we are to reaching the 2.5 million meal donation limit. How satisfying is it to watch that counter move over time?

And as a bonus, choose any one coupon to print out to help your family save!

Be sure to do your part to help in this campaign simply by entering codes on specially marked packages of some of your favorite brands such as Healthy Choice, Banquet, Peter Pan Peanut Butter, Chef Boyardee and more!

Disclosure: This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. All opinions expressed are 100% my own and yours may differ.

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  1. lisa evans says

    thank you for all that you have done on your end. here in lima ohio we try very hard to make sure the kids have a hot meal. we even in the summer time have open lunches at our parks and schools. we salute you and appreciate all of you that are like minded and help the effort for the children all over the world.

  2. says

    my code wouldn’t work. i’m very upset, it was the 1st time i got to do it and it wouldn’t except my code. wonder what wrong. I contacted them, hopefully they get it.

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