Support Feeding America This Holiday Season 🍽️ 

Adam Nash

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Your $50 donation will be enough to support 100 meals.

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The stock market may have recovered, but there are still 34 million people across the U.S. who face hunger according to the USDA. And with the holidays quickly approaching, Carolyn & I want to help ensure no one goes to bed hungry this holiday season. So we’re rallying our friends, colleagues, and of course, the Daffy community to support Feeding America’s critical work. We will personally match donations up to $10,000.

For those who don’t know, Feeding America is the largest hunger relief organization in the U.S. and they partner with over 200 local food banks and community-based programs across the country. In 2022, they worked alongside their partners to provide over 5 billion meals and served over 40 million people. When you donate to Feeding America, you're helping them continue to run this incredible, nationwide network to fight food insecurity.

How Can You Help 🙏

Donate. Your donation, no matter how big or small, will be matched. Normally, every dollar you give can provide at least 2 nutritious meals to families in need, but with my match, you can double your impact which means:

☆ $50 donation = 200 meals 🍽️ ☆ $100 donation = 400 meals 🍽️ ☆ $500 donation = 2,000 meals 🍽️ ☆ $1,000 donation = 4,000 meals 🍽️

Spread the word. You have the power to amplify our impact. Share this fundraiser with your friends, your family, and anyone who wants to help make a difference. We want everyone to invite at least five people to this campaign.

Join us in making a difference this holiday season, one meal at a time. 🦃

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