Former NFL Lineman Jason Brown on How We Can Tackle Food Insecurity
Here’s how you can help those in need just in time for World Food Day
From the LifeMinute.TV Team
October 18, 2022
We’ve got the score on good nutrition for all. Food insecurity and hunger are major issues in the U.S., and former NFL lineman Jason Brown explained how we help tackle the problem. Brown is a farmer himself and knows firsthand the importance of being involved. He’s teamed up with Quaker to make a difference and to encourage others to donate to the brand’s ongoing effort to advance food security in partnership with Feeding America.
Ahead of World Food Day on October 16, Quaker is unveiling the Quaker Hunger Clock at the Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale, AZ, Friday, October 14, right outside of State Farm Stadium, where Super Bowl LVII will take place, to help raise $500,000 – the equivalent of 5 million meals.*
Donate by visiting quakerhungerclock.com.
*$1 helps provide at least 10 meals secured by Feeding America® on behalf of local member food banks. The monetary equivalent of meals will be donated. From October 14, 2022, to February 12, 2023, Quaker will match donations dollar for dollar, up to a total maximum donation of $250,000. Minimum contribution: $150,000.