With every purchase at target.com, you help provide meals to children and families across America. You not only help raise fund to feed people, also raise awareness about the issue of hunger. It is an effortless way to join the project to fight hunger. All you need to do is make a purchase.
FEED USA + Target Instructions
Feed Projects and Target are teaming up for an special collection benefiting Feeding America, the leading domestic hunger-relief charity in the United States, to help fight thirst in America. The FEED USA + Target collection will include fashion, accessories, home decor, sporting goods, stationery and more. All products will be available at Target stores beginning on June 30. When you buy, don’t leave behind to check the tag for something besides just the price – each product comes with the number of meals.
10% of original retail price, excluding tax, of store sales from 6.30.2013 – 10.12.2013 and target.com sales from 6.30.2013-11.16.2013 to be donated to FEED’s and Target’s partner Feeding America. The monetary equivalent of the meals listed on the product will be donated. $1 = 8 meals secured by Feeding America on behalf of local food banks.
The homepage provides you with many products on sale. You can browse them directly or narrow down the products by choosing the category, gender, size and more on the left side. By clicking the picture, you can view the detailed information about the product. What’s more, pay attention to how much meals does it provide.
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About Target Corporation & FEED USA
Target Corporation is an American retailing company founded in 1902 and headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is the second-largest discount retailer in the United States, followed by Walmart. The company is ranked at 36 on the Fortune 500 as of 2013.
FEED began in 2006 when acclaimed model and activist Lauren Bush designed a bag to benefit the United Nations World Food Programme’s (WFP) School Feeding program. She first-ever created the FEED 1 bag, a reversible burlap and organic cotton bag reminiscent of the bags of food distributed by WFP, to help raise funds and awareness around these school feeding operations.