Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Coupons For Change

CouponsforChange.org, a philanthropic initiative of Coupons.com Incorporated, is announcing a new partnership with Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign, a national nonprofit organization that is working to end childhood hunger in America by making sure all children get the healthy food they need, every day. As one in five kids struggles with hunger in America, Coupons for Change is empowering families to give while saving money. Just in time for the season of “giving,” consumers can help connect a child in need to a meal and set a place at the table by simply using three coupons from CouponsforChange.org.

Celebrity chef, television host, author and mom, Melissa d’Arabian is joining forces with CouponsforChange.org to launch the “Help Set a Place at the Table” campaign. A trusted resource and empowering role model, Melissa provides unique yet relatable food and lifestyle solutions on how to eat well, be a responsible consumer, and spend with purpose. Passionate about sharing her tried-and-true recipes and money-saving tactics, Melissa is offering her favorite holiday recipes for families to enjoy this holiday season as they simultaneously help feed hungry children through the campaign.

To start saving and changing lives, anyone can visit CouponsforChange.org for hundreds of money saving coupons and offers, Melissa’s holiday recipe ideas, and learn more about the “Help Set a Place at the Table” campaign. This campaign makes it simple to connect children struggling with hunger to the food they need this holiday season and beyond. Every three coupons used from Couponsforchange.org helps connect a child to a meal through the No Kid Hungry campaign. Share Our Strength is working to end childhood hunger by connecting kids in need to nutritious foods where they learn and play while teaching families how to cook healthy, affordable meals at home.  
Michele Boal co-founder of Coupons.com and founder of CouponsforChange.org wants to remind others that together we can all make a difference, “It’s difficult to comprehend the enormity of this epidemic, but the fact that there are over 16 million children in our country feeling the emptiness in their stomachs is something that drives us to be a solution to this problem. We have already secured meals for over 1.4 million children struggling with hunger over the past year and we look forward to exceeding this number in the coming year.”

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