This post is sponsored by SUBWAY® Restaurants and written on behalf of SocialMoms. All opinions and text are my own.
Second Harvest Food Bank will always hold a special place in my heart. Giving back to the community is such an important role to take on and shows leadership to youth. It’s a great way to support a charity that takes care of community member’s in need of extra help.
Help meet the nutritional needs of others through donating with the generosity of the community. Second Harvest Food Bank provides 23 million meals to nearly 210,000 individuals yearly. It provides 25 million pounds of food and groceries to those in need. They fight hunger by providing hot meals and healthy snacks in schools where meals are not always available. The food bank feeds small children to struggling adults and elderly
New Orleans parish SUBWAY© Restaurants are joining forces with Second Harvest Food Bank to give back to the local community in a big way! From now until August 31st, more than 7,800 SUBWAY© Restaurants in the US and Canada will participate in the “You Share. We Share.” campaign to help support New Orleans Second Harvest Food Bank, or a local charity in your state.
When you share with SUBWAY© Restaurants, they share back and donate a portion of weekend sales to local charities. It’s simple, on the weekends stop by your local SUBWAY© Restaurant in the New Orleans area, buy some food and they will donate up to $30,000 to New Orleans parish Second Harvest Food Bank, now until August 31st.
Support SUBWAY© Restaurants on Facebook and see what they are up to
To learn more about Second Harvest Food Bank in New Orleans, visit their website here, Second Harvest Food Bank
Join the community and get out to SUBWAY© Restaurants on the weekends to eat a meal and help the city because no child or adult should have to worry about being hungry. Help fight the hunger cause and make a difference in someone’s life!
Watch Second Harvest Food bank videos through YouTube here.
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Stay up to date with Second Harvest Food Bank on Twitter
To learn more about No Hunger, visit their website here.
“This blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Subway® blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.