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Nature’s Path – the leading family-owned organic breakfast and snack food company – has been serving even more with its annual Eat Well Do Good donation campaign to address childhood hunger and food insecurity, which according U.S. Census data, has more than quadrupled since the global pandemic began. More families are experiencing the need for food during this pandemic.
Nature’s Path never wants families to go hungry so they have doubled their annual donation commitment by donating the equivalent of one million bowls of food to hungry children and their families in the US and Canada through hard-working food banks.
It has been 10 years since the launch of Nature’s Path Eat Well Do Good campaign so they chose 10 food banks across US and Canada to receive these donations. PLUS, Nature’s Path will also match every dollar donated to any of their partners through Eat Well Do Good with an additional $5 worth of organic food!
The list of food banks that Nature’s Path have teamed up with are:
- Ruby’s Pantry – locations across Minnesota and Wisconsin
- Second Harvest – Orange County in Southern California
- Open Hands Calvary Creekside – in Whatcom County, Wa
- Blessings in a Backpack – Waukesha County, WI
- Feed the Children – in all 50 states in the US, the District of Columbia
- Ferndale Community Family Fund – Ferndale, Wa area
- Richmond Food Bank Society – Richmond, BC, Canada
- Greater Vancouver Food Bank – Vancouver, BC, Canada areas
- Daily Bread Food Bank – Toronto, Canada
- Second Harvest Canada – across Canada
Love the bowl Nature’s Path ceramic above?
Nature’s Path has also commissioned noted ceramics artist Earth and Element to create a commemorative bowl, which will be sent to active supporters of the campaign and sold online with a portion of sales going to food banks partners. Earth & Element has beautiful ceramics made by women in America and with little waste. To buy this bowl and allow the proceeds to help this campaign, visit HERE!