No Games with Hunger

My friend Annie, is a deep thinker. Like, so deep I’m at risk of drowning in her thoughts sometimes. Case in point; she created this very cool infographic called Hunger Equations. The thought of me creating an infographic makes my brain hurt. What doesn’t make my brain hurt is the very straight forward way she presents the facts in it. Bottom line: You help a lot more people with a donation of cold hard cash to your local food bank and you provide healthier choices. Now that’s SMART! You know what else is smart? Volunteering at your local food bank at least once a year with your kids. I had the pleasure of volunteering with Annie and her son last year. So not only is she smart, she has a heart of gold.

Hunger Equations — What Is The Best Way to Help Fight Hunger?

Infographic by Annie @ PhD in Parenting. The code for the Hunger Equations INFOGRAPHIC can be found at the PhD in Parenting Blog.

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  1. Tracy says

    Many people don’t think about that.  When we go grocery shopping there are boxes for non-perishable food donations but nothing really encouraging monetary donations, not that I’ve really noticed anyways.  It would be nice if a grocery story actually had a donate button right on their cash so you can add it to your purchase and it appears on your receipt (to prove the cashier isn’t pocketing for the wary).

    • Candace says

      I think that’s a fantastic idea! Although I don’t see many grocery stores jumping on board. They do make a profit off the food you buy and donate to the food bank.

  2. Bonnie says

    Love this post and the info graphic (they really are the new things, huh?). Great pause for thought in the message. Thanks for sharing. I try to donate food when I can and I see that money may be the way to go. Great info. 

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