Last month, I mentioned that I had teamed up with Champions for Kids and Disney as part of the stuffing a stocking campaign. I am honored to be able to continue my partnership with Champions for Kids and take part in this months service project with Abbott Nutrition.
This month the project is to generate awareness about child nutrition and to create snack packs using Abbott Nutrition products to donate to a family in need, a shelter, or an organization of your choice that focuses on helping families and children.
This project is especially close to my heart as a food blogger and as a parent. So many families in our communities are struggling to put food on the tables for their families. Many of these children could be friends of our own kids, who simply need a little help after a tough year.
In the US alone there are over 16 million children that do not have access or means to healthy and nutritious foods, almost 3 million of these children are under the age of 5.
It only takes 1 person to make a difference in the community and with teaming up with Abbott Nutrition Pack a Snack, we are promoting 3 primary steps:
1. Learn about the needs in your community.
2. Gather friends together to donate foods and nutritional products such as Pediasure, Pediasure Sidekicks, and Zone Bars for kids.
3. Give and donate the products to a location of your choice that is in need of nutritionally packed foods for kids.
I will be posting again later this month following up on where to find the products as well as what I purchased. I will be donating my Abbott Nutrition Pack a Snack to Mend Pregnancy Resource Center. This pregnancy center now only helps mom’s in need who are having a baby, they also follow up with them and continue to help after the child is born. They are there to help with the nutritional needs as well as the necessities the child will need while growing up and to get the mom’s on their feet again.
Share with us, what are ways that you help stimulate healthy nutrition for children in your community?
If you would like to be apart of this project, you can sign up for the simple service products with Champions for Kids. To find out more join Abbott Products on Twitter at #AbbottCFK.
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias #Cbias. I felt that this was a very important service project to be apart of and share with my reader’s, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Comments & Reviews
Jules from A Little Bite of Life says
What a great project Kristy-I cannot wait to see how it goes!
I found these Simple Service Missions back in early November and shared the concept with my readers, but never followed through with the mission! I’m happy to say that I’m moving forward with it now! I can’t wait to share this experience with my little ones. Such a worthy cause. Thanks for putting the word out!
thanks for spreading the word 🙂
April Decheine says
Look forward to reading your next post, this is such a great campaign to be involved in! Great post too 🙂