Genghis Grill has announced its partnership with No Kid Hungry, a national campaign that is ending childhood hunger by helping launch and improve programs that give all kids the healthy food they need to thrive.
From April 26 to May 23, guests can donate $3 or more to purchase a No Kid Hungry pin-up at Genghis Grill restaurants across the country. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the pin-ups will be donated to No Kid Hungry. The pin-up will have the guest’s name written on it, and will be displayed in the restaurant to further raise awareness for No Kid Hungry. In addition to the pin-up, guests who donate will also receive a $5 bounce back gift card to use during their next visit to Genghis Grill.
“With this partnership, we’re able to make a difference for the 1 in 6 children who could be living with hunger today,” says Paul Carolan, Chief Executive Officer of Genghis Grill. “Summer is always the hungriest time of year for children who depend on school meals, and this summer, in the wake of the coronavirus, it may be even worse. We want to help children in our communities get access to the meals they need while building awareness about the issue of hunger and how No Kid Hungry is helping. It’s an honor to be a partner in their mission to end childhood hunger.”
In the wake of the coronavirus, millions of children and their families in the United States are facing poverty and hunger. Traditionally, many kids have relied on the meals they get at school each day. But even as school staff work hard to provide healthy food while school buildings are closed, too many children are missing the meals they need. No Kid Hungry has a plan to make sure those children are fed, both during this crisis and in the recovery to follow. Through a combination of emergency grants, strategic assistance, advocacy and awareness, No Kid Hungry is helping kids, families and communities get the resources they need. Genghis Grill has been a partner of No Kid Hungry since 2018 and is proud to continue their support.
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