Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Outnumber Hunger with General Mills & Target! #OutnumberHunger


Did you know that 1 in 6 Americans struggles with hunger?

That’s more than 49 million people, 13 million families, across the U.S. And, that’s why General Mills has teamed up with Feeding America®, Big Machine Label Group, and Target to Outnumber Hunger (or on Facebook at Outnumber Hunger) in local communities.  Not only that, you can help!

How?  Just purchase specially-marked General Mills products and enter codes from these packages at OutnumberHunger.com. For every code you enter by January 31, 2015, General Mills will donate 55.5¢ to Feeding America – enough to secure 5 meals on behalf of local food banks. It’s that easy!

General Mills has already donated $600,000. And, they’re prepared to donate up to an additional $600,000 based on online code entry and other consumer actions, up to a maximum total donation of $1,200,000. Visit www.OutnumberHunger.com for details – and other ways to trigger donations to Feeding America.


Even better, when you buy 5 select Outnumber Hunger items in one visit at participating Target Stores, you can take home an exclusive complimentary Outnumber Hunger Now CD.  As country fans, we highly approve of the song list!

  • Florida Georgia Line: “Cruise”
  • Rascal Flatts: “Changed”
  • The Band Perry: “DONE.”
  • Cassadee Pope: “Wasting All These Tears”
  • Thomas Rhett: “It Goes Like This”

The Outnumber Hunger Now CD is only available at Target while supplies last. See participating stores for participating products and details.

F&B taking donations to Springs Rescue Mission last summer

We're extra excited to be partnering with General Mills to help Outnumber Hunger.  We already are firm believers in helping out local rescue mission and food bank with donations (in CoSprings, we love Springs Rescue Mission), but this is a great way to keep assisting all food banks with products we already buy.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by General Mills via Platefull Co-Op.

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