Feeding America Campaigns
Feeding America Campaigns
that help the Food Bank
Feeding America negotiates many national cause-related marketing campaigns with the food industry that help this Food Bank and our network partners directly. Check back often - always changing!
For the second year, General Mills is kicking off its “Outnumber Hunger” Campaign. During April and May, you can help unlock 10 million meals for the nation’s food banks, including Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. General Mills products (from cereal to yogurt to boxed meals) with the Outnumber Hunger logo can trigger a donation to Feeding America and your local food bank. All you have to do is visit the Outnumber Hunger website and enter the participating product codes - a donation is that easy!
Project 7 - through 2013
Project 7 is a philanthropic company that makes everyday products that give back in different areas of need, including hunger. For every product sold, Feeding America will get the monetary equivalent of 7 meals, funds that will be shared with local food banks. Project 7 products (coffee, gum, mints, bottled water)are available at Wal-Mart, Target, and Caribou Coffee stores in our area. Read more about Project7.
Cheesecake Factory: through August 31, 2013
25 cents from the purchase of every slice of Oreo Dream Extreme Cheesecake will be donated to Feeding America up to $300,000, to be split 50/50 with local Food Banks. Check out Cheesecake Factory's webpage.
Feeding America is one of 10 charities chosen to pilot Charity Miles, a free iPhone/Android app that empowers people to earn money for charity while walking, running or biking. Participants choose one of the app’s featured charities and hit the streets. The app will track the participant’s distance and they’ll earn money for their charity.
Bikers earn 10¢ per mile; walkers and runners earn 25¢ per mile—all up to an initial $1,000,000 sponsorship pool.
Feeding America food banks will receive 65% of revenue generated by the Charity Miles app in their service area. So get movin' Pittsburgh!
More on Charity Miles
Panera Bread "Panera Cares Community Bread Box Program" through 2013
Panera LLC will be donating, in partnership with its customers, 50% of the funds from its Panera Cares Community Breadboxes at more than 700 company-owned* Panera Bread bakery-cafes to support food sourcing operations at local Feeding America food banks. The remaining 50% of funds will be used to procure high-quality, frozen soup, which will be directed to the local food bank. In addition, Panera will match 10% of all funds donated by its customers. This 10% match will be directed to the Feeding America national office and support efforts to source and distribute quality food to the Feeding America network.
More on Panera's role in the community