Hunger Is, a Joint Charitable Initiative of the Albertsons Companies Foundation and the Entertainment Industry Foundation, Announces the $30K in 30 Days Project to Support Charities That Share Stories About the Impact of Hunger Is Funding

SOURCE: Albertsons Companies


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Hunger Is, a joint charitable initiative of the Albertsons Companies Foundation and the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), announced today the $30K in 30 Days Project to award an additional $30,000 to organizations that are helping to eradicate childhood hunger in their communities by sharing compelling stories through the power of social media. The $30K in 30 Days Project coincides with the Hunger Is "Hungry for More" campaign currently taking place in more than 2,300 Albertsons Companies grocery stores across the U.S., where customers can make a donation to support local hunger relief programs.

"In the age of instantaneous communications, we know that people connect with true, heartfelt stories about how people are working to make our neighborhoods and communities better places to live," said Christy Duncan Anderson, Executive Director of the Albertsons Companies Foundation. "Our in-store "Hunger for More" campaign is making a difference by providing healthy breakfasts to children in need, and we know that sharing these stories can transform a cause into a greater movement."

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KEYWORDS: Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives, Fundraising, Hunger Is, Albertsons Companies Foundation

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