Child Hunger Ends Here

Child Hunger Ends Here – How You Can Help (And a Giveaway)

Child Hunger Ends Here

Chances are that you have never gone to bed hungry because you did not have any food to eat. If you are like the average American you have never had to worry about where your next meal will come from. But for millions of American children this is a daily reality. The tragic problem of child hunger can seem hopeless but there are so many things you can do to help. Today I am pleased to bring you one easy way you can make a difference. I am joining forces with the ConAgra Foods Child Hunger Ends Here campaign to help children facing food insecurity.

Here is how it works:

  1. Purchase participating ConAgra Foods products (look for the red push pin logo) and enter the codes into the Child Hunger Ends Here widget in my side bar (look to the left). For every code entered by August 31, 2013, ConAgra Foods will donate the monetary equivalent of one meal to Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization. Basically, one code = one meal! Easy peasy!
  2. Allow location services or enter your zipcode when prompted. By doing so you will be submitting your local Feeding America food bank into a competition for an 80,000-meal donation! At the end of this campaign, ten food banks in the zip codes with the most entries will receive the additional donation.
  3. Help ConAgra Foods by completing this quick 30 second survey. Taking this survey will help ConAgra Foods gauge the effectiveness of their efforts to raise awareness and make a difference with the Child Hunger Ends Here campaign.
Remember, look for the red push pin in grocery stores and purchase specifically marked packages of 19 select ConAgra Foods brands. Then enter the Child Hunger Ends here code into the widget on this site (to the left).
Child Hunger Ends Here

Several celebrities have thrown their support behind this campaign including Carly Rae Jepsen, Tori Kelly, Amber Riley, and Cody Simpson. In fact, Tori, Amber and Cody have recorded versions of an original song called “Fill A Heart.”  You can download free song recordings from Cody and Amber here.

Let’s kick this effort off with a giveaway! Enter to win a $40 VISA gift card and a Tori Kelly autographed poster using the Rafflecopter form below.  Also, be sure to spread the word about this campaign and enter your codes to help raise meals for children in need.

Good luck! And remember, you can make a difference!

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About Janice

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  1. Lisa Brown says

    I already help in my community by giving regularly to the local food banks and shelters.

  2. Debra Wagner says

    What a fantastic idea! I pinned your pins everywhere!

  3. Debra Wagner says

    I think I need to volunteer somewhere…

  4. Janet W. says

    I plan on donating more to food banks and local shelters. I will also look into volunteering!

  5. Jessie C. says

    In addition to regular food bank donation, I would also donate to local shelters.

  6. Going grocery shopping tonight, & I will definintely be on teh look out for the pin!!

  7. Michele Behlen says

    I always donate whenever there is a food drive.

  8. Karen Lynn says

    I donate to the local food bank.

  9. Mary Happymommy says

    I will donate to my local food bank.

  10. Karen Gonyea says

    We volunteer at the local food pantry 🙂

  11. i volunteer and donate clothes and food to the less fortunate

  12. Cynthia C says

    I donate & volunteer to local charities

  13. I’m part of a local charity organization that puts together fundraising events throughout the year. I also try to donate my own money and time to social and environmental causes, including child hunger and child welfare.

  14. Margaret Smith says

    we already and will continue to help out at our local food pantry

  15. We love donating food and my boys get so excited about it! I hope we can end child hunger!

  16. Adrienne Gordon says

    we are constantly involved, we help put on events here in our community.

  17. We like volunteering at a local pantry that serves lunches everyday.

  18. Suzanne K says

    I’ll be donating the excess from my organic fruit and veggie garden to the local food bank

  19. Monique Rizzo says

    I donate time at the food bank.
    Thanks for the chance.

  20. Kerrie Mayans says

    I plan to donate to a local food bank.

  21. Mommy Pamela says

    I would love to donate to my local food bank or reach out to a food bank more rural than my location to help them out. Thanks for the great post .

  22. Thomas Murphy says

    I donate & volunteer to local charities

  23. Brandon Dithrich says

    Plant more tree’s in the community for future generations

  24. I volunteer tutoring underprivliged high school students and volunteering at my neighborhod homeless shelter.

  25. Chrystal D says

    I’ll pick up litter when I see it!

  26. Paige Chandler says

    I plan to inform friends of child hunger

  27. Brenda Shreve says

    My family struggles to buy groceries. When possible I will donate food to my local food bank.

  28. Stephanie Larison says

    We donate to the local food pantry as often as we can.

  29. I give to local charities

  30. Denise B. says

    We donate food to the local food pantry and buy food for a homeless person.

  31. Christine says

    I am happy to be donating food

  32. rachel travis says

    I help to collect food for disaster victims!

  33. Jacob LaFountaine says

    Give food and money to local food bank

  34. We do food drives throughout the year with the church, school, and scouts 🙂

  35. I will continue to support our local church’s food pantry and the drives by the boy scouts and mail carriers.

  36. Barbara Montag says

    I already volunteer at our Food Shelf – thank you.

  37. This is a fantastic cause, I volunteer at food shelters

  38. Elizabeth Boswell says

    I donate canned food to every drive I come across, always.

  39. I work with children with disabilities, I help my community every day

  40. We donate canned goods through the boy scouts and various other places throughout the year.

  41. Debra Wagner says


  42. I try to donate what I can and will continue to do so. When I can not afford to give money, I will donate Items that I have hanging around and do not really need.

  43. I will volunteer at my local food pantry.

  44. I plan to volunteer at our local animal shelter on adoption day

  45. Cheryl F. says

    I donate food and clothing.

  46. I provide housing and food and healthcare for two mentally ill family members. Our society has forgotten the seriously mentally ill. In our city the group homes have their water and electricity and heat shut off periodically because the payments from the state are so late or non existent. Obama where have all your promises gone?

  47. Deci MacKinnon says

    I will support the Food Bank.

  48. Jennifer R. says

    I am going to help my community in the future by volunteering at children’s school.

  49. Keeley Sullivan says

    Love this site!

  50. I currently and intend to continue to bring food to shelters locally, especially when a big produce order comes in to hubbys work that could go bad before delivered or bought.

  51. Charlotte says

    I try to at least go through things at least once a month to give back. I try to give food, clothes, personal items, and toys as much as I can. There’s something that I haven’t had a chance to do in a while and that’s giving receiving blankets to our local animal shelter. I also try to take food for the animals, and buy little $1 toys when I can. I really would love to do that since I haven’t been able to lately.

  52. we’re always having food & clothes drives at our church

  53. Thomas Bellamy says

    By playing Santa at an assisted living facility as well as a disabled children’s home.

  54. I deliver meals for the local church to some of the families that their van can not reach

  55. donating to my local food pantry.

  56. Jill Myrick says

    We will be devoting more time and donations to our local shelters.


  57. Susan Smith says

    I donate food and toys to my local shelter.

  58. Linda Lansford says

    I volunteer at the shelter

  59. I donate to women and children’s shelters.

  60. steve weber says

    I give to Goodwill, I also volunteer at a food sharing program.

  61. I recycle everything at the local recycling center to keep it out of the landfill.

  62. I give to our local food pantry

  63. Kari Flores says

    I donate baby stuff and kids clothing to the Salvation Army. My husband mows yards of some of our elderly neighbors quite frequently.

  64. Tanya White says

    by donating to my local food bank.

  65. By donating my old clothes to the needy.

  66. Right now we are helping run a school supplies drive.

  67. Richard Hicks says

    Will volunteer at local pet shelter

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  68. Richard Hicks says

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  69. Julie Hawkins says

    By volunteering and donating food

  70. amy deeter says

    donate to a food bank

  71. By volunteering and donating.

  72. I donate every pay period to the United Way

  73. I regularly donate to my local churches and food banks.

  74. Ashley Morrissey says

    I’d like to teach my son volunteering as I did when I was younger!

  75. I give all the time to my local shelter that helps battered women and children that have left the home for a fresh start.

  76. Leslie Petersen says

    I donate to a few local charities

  77. Nicole Balogh says

    We are gearing up to donate school supplies to our local charity group called Community Resource Services that helps families in need in our own community.

  78. tina reynolds says

    I plan on giving more time and a much food clothes and things we dont need to charity as possible

  79. Abby Kraynick says

    Donate food to my local food bank.

  80. Terri Herman says

    I will continue to volunteer at our local food pantry & contribute as well

  81. mary gardner says

    our family contributes to and works in our community shared garden

  82. i help my commnity by donating to the good will

  83. I donate to my local food pantry.

  84. i always donate .

  85. donating clothes and toys

  86. Volunteer at animal shelters.

  87. Well I buy these meals very often and enter the codes for all of them. I tell my family not to throw the boxes away so I can enter them. I would like to volunteer one of these upcoming holidays or at the very least donate to the charities I support more often.

  88. donating food to the food bank

  89. judy gardner says

    we give to our nearby food bank

  90. donate to a food bank!

  91. Sara Wood says

    I volunteer at my library once a month.

  92. kathy pease says

    we like to donate canned and boxed food to our local food shelf

  93. crystal smith says

    I donate to the local food pantry when I can and plan to start volunteering there monthly. My boyfriend and I also donate our time to the local sportsman club a few times a year- cleaning up the park and doing repairs, I’d like to get my sons started helping out too 🙂

  94. Lisa Garner says

    I donate to my local food bank as well as volunteer.

  95. Helping set up a giveaway for kids, needing help with school supplies.

  96. Getting involved in feeding those that are homeless and providing personal necessities those in need

  97. Christian Alejandro says

    I like getting involved in food drives and help contribute to food banks!

  98. Buddy Garrett says

    I will continue making donations to our local food bank/

  99. I plan on donating formula to a local shelter

  100. I plan on fostering kittens

  101. I give what I can to the Red Cross and Salvation Army. I plan to do more when I am capable of doing so. With a little one on the way it might get a bit harder, but I will still try to do my part. 🙂

  102. thischickwins says

    i’ll donate change to local charities

  103. I volunteer a lot at the elementary school. I help with their backpack for kids program when needed also. thank you!

  104. I donate blood for those that need it.

  105. christina givens says

    I plan to donate all of our yard sale left overs to the Goodwill

  106. Wittle Wood says

    Our town is getting a group of trees to plant around the courthouse and the town square. I am the first one signed up. Our town needs it because we have almost no greenery. The children of the future could use the fresh oxygen.

  107. Vikki Billings says

    I plan on donating some toys for the holidays.

  108. Laurie Emerson says

    I work at the food kitchen on weekends and help plant, weed and pick fresh vegetables from our community garden which donates the veggies to the homeless shelter.

  109. heather c says

    There’s a volunteer coffee shop/reading library a few miles away. I will donate books and my time.

  110. Donate to the food bank.

  111. We belong to a group called $5 a week..we all pledge to donate at least $5 a week worth of food to a local food bank. My family uses coupons and always gets deals, even if we cannot use them we donate them. Food to the food bank, toiletry items to boxes for soldiers, to a program for new borns, and more. I also crochet items and donate something at least 6 times a year

  112. Brandi Kerr says

    I donate to food banks and donate blood Red Cross

  113. Thanks for the giveaway…we are volunteers for our local food bank, & support them with donations as well.

  114. Donating clothes is one way.

  115. Children hungry in the US. Tragic!
    As compassionate as I am about hunger in other countries I believe we nee to tend to our own first.
    It all starts at home you know, or at least it should…


  1. […] Last month I told you about an awesome campaign I am a part of called Child Hunger Ends Here. I hope you are following along and entering codes to help raise meals for children in need (more about that in a minute). ConAgra Foods has done a wonderful job with this campaign and so far they have donated the monetary equivalent of 3 million meals! But they couldn’t have done that without you! There is still time to help get that number even higher so let’s keep entering those codes. […]