Roundup! World Food Program USA’s Lunch Money Challenge
We were honored to be working a team of awesome TML bloggers on the World Food Program USA’s most recent campaign — the Lunch Money Challenge. WFP USA asked people to bring a bag lunch to work for one week and use the money saved to help WFP USA feed kids around the world.
Just $50 (or a week’s worth of burritos and drinks at Chipotle) can feed one child school meals for an entire year. Brining school meals to kids who need them means that more families will be willing to keep their children in school longer, which is especially critical for girls who would otherwise be taken out of school much younger than their brothers.
A huge thank you to our bloggers who helped promote WFP USA’s Lunch Money Challenge!
Connie Roberts, Brain Foggles
Veronica Arreola, Viva la Feminista
Elizabeth Atalay, Documama
Patricia Patton, Patricia A. Patton
Elena Sonnino, Live Do Grow
Leah Campbell, Single Infertile Female
Megan Flynn, Freckled Italian
Laura Rossi, My So Called Sensory Life
Bren Herrera, Flanboyant Eats
Dresden Shumaker, Creating Motherhood
Jessica McFadden, A Parent in America
Ana Flores, Spanglish Baby
Laurie White, Laurie Writes
Damaris Banegas, Life According to Damaris
Heather Barmore, Poliogue
Follow along with @WFPUSA and #feedadream to keep up with World Food Program USA
Image credit WFP USA