Shop for a Cause: Last-Minute Gift Ideas to Benefit Share Our Strength

by in Community, December 22nd, 2013

Share Our StrengthWhile Christmas is only three days away, the Food Network Store is still stocked with last-minute gifts and seasonal stocking stuffers that will wow the unchecked names on your shopping list. Best of all, if you shop among these gifts in the store, 100 percent of all proceeds will go directly to Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign, a national movement committed to ending childhood hunger in America.

Pick up a few pairs of aviator- or Malibu-style sunglasses, or, if you’re shopping for little ones, opt for youth T-shirts in a bright-orange color. Check out all of the No Kid Hungry Holiday gifts here.

If you’ve already finished your Christmas shopping and would prefer to simply support the No Kid Hungry cause, consider making a $5 tax-deductible donation to Share Our Strength; you’ll receive a gift tag that represents your contribution.

Find out more about Share Our Strength and the No Kid Hungry campaign, and learn how you can get involved. Then browse Food Network’s guide to homemade edible gifts for more last-minute present ideas just in time for Christmas.

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