Did you know that Tyson runs a program called KNOW Hunger to generate hunger relief efforts? Tyson encourages you to get involved, to donate and give.
Hunger is such a huge problem within each of our own communities, sometimes it’s overlooked because we do not see it readily; however, you never know if your neighbor is working so hard to keep the electric on that they do not have the funds to put proper food on the table.
That’s where we come in, giving back and donating your time and food to families is the mission behind KNOW Hunger!
This past month I was able to try out one of Tyson’s new products, the Bacon Breakfast Bread Bowl. These are a great start to giving back and incorporating with a meal.
I regularly cook for others specifically within my church and donate meals, it’s just a small way I can give back and help others. It may not be that they are unable to put food on the table it may be that they just need a blessing and someone to say we are here for you.
When we received the bread bowls, I decided to bring a few over to my mom as she is our regular babysitter a few days throughout the week. I knew that in the mornings when the grand kids are coming over she rarely has much time to grab a bite to eat in the morning as she’s preparing for their arrival, so I brought her breakfast.
It was simple to heat up on a plate and serve breakfast, perfect paired with fruit to give a well rounded meal!
My mom thought it was delicious and was really happy with the gesture to bring her breakfast that particular morning. It helped her get off on the right foot and get going strong for the morning.
Is there someone in your neighborhood that you think could use a meal? We are called to be a blessing to others, and one of the most meaningful and yet smallest acts could simply be to bring over a meal to your neighbor!
Join with Tyson and KNOW Hunger, educate yourself and give back to others!
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