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Champion for Kids; Pack a Sack PLUS Tons of coupons

Champion for Kids; Pack a Sack PLUS Tons of coupons

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“Oh my goodness! We have had so much fun collecting coupons and healthy options for The Welcome House Shelter. We were on a mission to get friends and family on board for helping us collect great healthy options for the kids at the shelter for this summer and ran across some AWESOME coupons for PediaSure Sidekicks.  These are such a wonderful option for families who are struggling to get their child(ren) to consume the recommended daily allowance of protein.” Click here to continue reading Rachel’s story!

Small Act, Big Impact: Champions for Kids Pack a Sack

Small Act, Big Impact: Champions for Kids Pack a Sack

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Stephanie is a former school counselor and has talked a lot about service learning to her students as well as led many service learning projects. “There is no better lesson than through service to one’s community,” she said. So, taking part in this project, to help spread the word was really exciting for her. Click here to read more on her story!

Pack a Sack & Keep Kids from Going Hungry This Summer

Pack a Sack & Keep Kids from Going Hungry This Summer

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“When school isn’t in sessions, food pantries especially need to to provide an extra important supply of food to families who aren’t getting this extra support from their schools. While your own family might not have a ton, even small donations can help and a program called Champions for Kids is asking individuals and groups to gather family and friends to “Pack a Sack” and bring non-perishable food items to your local food pantries to help kids to have a happier and healthier summer.” Click here to continue reading Kim’s story.

Helping Orphans as we “Pack a Sack” #mobilizingmillions #cbias

Helping Orphans as we “Pack a Sack” #mobilizingmillions #cbias

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“Summer time is drawing near and, for our family, means long, lazy days filled with fun outdoor activities, friends and plenty of food. When I was teaching elementary school the only thing I dreaded about summer vacation was the fear some of my students might go hungry. Many of my lower income students depended on our local food banks to supply them with nutritious food during the summer months, causing a strain on sources already depleted by the recession. As a mom and an educator I wanted to help however I could.” Click here to continue reading Pam’s story.

Anyone can do a Simple Service Project! #MobilizingMillions

Anyone can do a Simple Service Project! #MobilizingMillions

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Kristen offers one tip to her readers: “to remember that even the babies in your community are not immune to hunger. Consider picking up a can of formula, baby food or something like PediaSure to help ensure the youngest members in your community are taken care of.” Click here to see how she impacted her community and helped in Pack a Sack!