No Kid Hungry

Are you a real "foodie," or do you love the idea of rubbing shoulders with celebrity chefs whom you've been watching for
According to Steve Down, every company should have a "give-back." Not only is it socially conscious, and right, but according to Down it's also good business.
For this birthday, I set up a personal fundraiser for No Kid Hungry, a cause I am passionate about. I'm asking everyone who wishes me a happy birthday that it will be meaningful if they can support my wishes by donating or spreading the word.
Individuals from every walk of life and companies of all sizes are becoming more aware of their responsibility to give back
'Tis the season for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. All deals you can't pass up on in an effort to get you to buy. Fortunately, today is Giving Tuesday, a day of giving back.
What happens when we realize the title, "The Hunger Games," really isn't what it is? As you read this article, I hope you reflect on the movie and also understand that the reality is that hunger is NOT a game.
In the 21st century, leadership is about collaboration and the lessons from the No Kid Hungry campaign include the ability to build a strong community around a shared way we can make the world better for kids.
Last summer, Nina Lindsay was walking through the Oakland Public Library (OPL) where she works when she saw what she describes as "the best kind of trash." On the floor was a peach pit sucked bone dry.
The second annual #ChefsCycle ride to benefit No Kid Hungry sets the stage for a new cause-based cycling franchise