Nature’s Path of Richmond, BC is significantly expanding its annual ‘Eat Well Do Good’ food donation campaign to address childhood hunger and food insecurity, which has increased since the global pandemic began in March.
The company is launching its efforts by donating one million bowls worth – or 250,000 boxes – of their organic breakfast cereals, granolas and snacks to 10 organizations. In Canada, this includes Second Harvest Canada, Daily Bread Food Bank, Greater Vancouver Food Bank and Richmond Food Bank Society and in the US, Ruby’s Pantry, Feed the Children and Blessings in a Backpack.
In addition, Nature’s Path will also match every dollar donated to any of its partner organization with an additional five dollars worth of healthy, organic food.
In addition, Nature’s Path will use their social platforms and influencer relationships to spotlight food bank organizations who are making a difference in their communities. Nature’s Path has also commissioned noted ceramics artist Earth and Element to create a commemorative bowl, which will be sent to active supporters of the campaign and sold online with a portion of sales going to food banks partners.
Since 2009, Nature’s Path has held annual Eat Well Do Good events and “foodraisers,” inviting the local communities to put their compassion into action with their generous donations of clean food and funds for those in need. Since its inception, Eat Well Do Good has donated more than $2 million worth of food to local food banks and elementary schools.
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