For millions of families struggling to put food on the table, this time of year is especially difficult. Red Nose Day created The Full Plate Project to provide holiday meals and long term solutions to tackle food insecurity and child hunger in the U.S. and around the world.
A full plate means more than healthy, nutritious meals – it means that kids are being fulfilled physically, emotionally, and mentally so they can focus on learning, growth, and just being kids. A full plate means hope for children and families.
In this year of uncertainty and with the impact of COVID-19, The Full Plate Project provides a sense of community, comfort, and hope. A holiday meal means more than food for a hungry child. It helps children and families keep the joy of the season alive.
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Want to learn more about how access to healthy, consistent meals can change a child’s life, or how to tell the difference between hunger and food insecurity? Check out our blog posts below. Learning about this important issue and spreading the word can help in the effort to end child hunger.
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Funds raised for The Full Plate Project by Red Nose Day will not only help provide nourishing meals to children who urgently need them but will also support long-term solutions to address food insecurity. This critical work is made possible through our high-impact partners working on the front lines of the fight against food insecurity here in the U.S. and around the world.
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Your donation has the power to provide a nourishing meal or help treat and prevent malnutrition. For children urgently in need, this work is critical. Let’s come together to make a difference for children and families facing hunger and food insecurity this holiday season.
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