It's been 4 months since the COVID-19 Pandemic upended our lives, and during that time the number of Americans who are facing hunger has continued to increase, week after week.
We know that if we come together we can help bring a daily meal to those who may not know where their next meal is coming from and we can have fun doing it!
Please join us and make your donation to help support Move For Hunger's COVID-19 relief efforts. Join us in our RALLY For Hunger. Together we can make a difference!
Melodee, Michelle & Team
Joining the Rally Is Easy!
You can do any activity you wish to do. Whether it's serving up aces, running, cycling, walking the dog, dancing, or lifting weights ... the idea is for us to RALLY together to fight hunger.
Here's How It Works:
1. Make a donation
2. Choose a physical activity to complete (at any time)
3. Share a photo/video of your activity on social media using hashtags #RallyForHunger & #MoveForHunger Your support helps provide much-needed food for those unsure of when or where they will get their next meal. • A donation of $25 (provides 63 meals) includes registration, a completion medal, Facebook filter frame, and a downloadable completion certificate
• A donation of $35 (provides 88 meals) includes registration, a completion medal, Facebook filter frame, downloadable completion certificate + Move For Hunger T-Shirt If you only wish to make a donation and not participate in an activity, after clicking the donate button on this page, you will be redirected to an online donation form. Enter your donation amount, type "Donation Only" in the comment field, and then hit continue.
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Thank you for your support!
Move For Hunger is a national non-profit working to fight hunger and food waste. They mobilize transportation resources across the country to help fill the shelves of food banks and food pantries. Since 2009, they have provided nearly 14.8 million meals to those in need.
While Move For Hunger's mission has always been to alleviate hunger and its accompanying impact on our health, support for those who are hungry and food insecure in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic is more critical than ever.