Go Orange Week
Orange is the national color of hunger awareness. Help Kids’ Food Basket raise awareness for the 1 in 4 kids in West Michigan that face hunger by participating in activities leading up to Go orange Day on Friday, March 28, 2014. There are unlimited ways to spread awareness about childhood hunger, here are a few ways you can make an impact:
Spread the word!
Join the conversation on social media by changing your profile and cover photos to the Go Orange logo and using our hashtags. #KFBGoOrange #ShineALight
Download and change your Facebook profile picture or Twitter avatar.
Share Kids’ Food Basket’s photos! You can find them on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Let’s see how many shares we can get throughout the week of : March 24 – March 28!
GO ORANGE! Video Contest Let your voice be heard!
Share your experiences and ideas to inspire and motivate others to join the attack on childhood hunger.
Who can participate? Anyone! Schools, classrooms, companies, and individuals are all encouraged.
What should my video be about? We’re wide open. You can document your experience at Kids’ Food Basket, create something inspirational and motivational, explore the history of childhood hunger, share your personal story, or something else – the opportunities are endless!
How do I do it? You can shoot it on your phone, your camera, or with a professional crew. Post your video online (via Youtube, Vimeo, or other video sharing sites) and send us a link so we can share it!
Submissions can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Make an impact with dozens of West Michigan restaurants by dining our on Wednesday, March 26. Participating restaurants will be donating a portion of their proceeds back to Kids' Food Basket.
Grand Rapids Locations
Applebee's | Dine out with Applebee's on March 26, from 4:00 - 10:00 p.m., and they will donate 20% of your bill to Kids' Food Basket.
Cascade | 4955 28th Street SE, Grand Rapids
Help us shine a light on Kids’ Food Basket!
The TODAY Show unveiled a new outreach project called Shine a Light, a year-long initiative focused on service and giving back to communities in need. Help us tell our story, with Carson Daly, and why he should spotlight Kids’ Food Basket, and how the West Michigan community is attacking childhood hunger by using: