Inspiring Others to Bake a Difference
July 29th - August 5th, 2014
Share Our Strength's Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry is a fun and tasty way for people across the country to help end childhood hunger in America. That is why we are setting out to recruit more bakers than ever before and we need your help.
Join us July 29th-August 5th, 2014 for our first ever Bake Sale Blitz, a competition to see who can get the most bakers to register to host a bake sale in one week. The more that register, the more that bake - and ultimately the more money raised to feed our nation's hungry kids!
Compete against other bake sale enthusiasts to get as many people to register during our blitz and the top 3 recruiters will win one of our amazing prize packages. (See below)
Please note: Although people need to register during the blitz, they can host their bake sale any time of the year!
How it works:
1. Enter Here anytime before August 5th.
2. Once you enter, you will receive an email with your own personal link to our Bake Sale registration webpage.
3. Send your personalized link out to family and friends between Midnight on July 29th and 11:59PM EST August 5th, 2014.
4. Get as many Bake Sale registrations as you can.
5. Win some amazing prizes.
Domino Sweetens the Deal with $20!
Domino Sugar and C&H Sugar will donate $20 to each Bake Sale that registers during our Bake Sale Blitz - July 29th and August 5th, up to $10,000! Register now to trigger a $20 donation to your bake sale! $20 can provide a child with up to 200 meals!
Grand Prize Winner
If you have any questions about our Bake Sale Blitz, please email Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Principal McElhaney from Maryland started an innovative breakfast program at his school three years ago with the help of the No Kid Hungry campaign. He is witnessing the effects of kids accessing a healthy breakfast every day.
– NO KID HUNGRY IMPACT –
Through the First Class Breakfast Initiative, Maryland Meals for Achievement and other efforts, the number of kids eating a free or reduced-price school breakfast daily in Maryland increased by more than 30,000 students between 2010 and 2012. More than 130 Maryland schools have moved breakfast out of the cafeteria in order to make it part of the school day, an innovative way to maximize participation among eligible students.
– NO KID HUNGRY IMPACT –
The Arkansas No Kid Hungry campaign is connecting more kids to the summer meals program as part of our strategy to end childhood hunger. Since 2010, the number of summer meals sites across the state has increased from 435 sites to more than 580 sites in 2012. During this time, the number of summer meals served to kids during the summer increased by more than 730,000 – a 41 percent increase.
To learn more about the work being done through No Kid Hungry, visit nokidhungry.org/our-impact.