While most of you know Produce for Kids for our recipes, blog and healthy eating tips, we have also been giving back in a big way! We believe in creating a healthier generation through cause marketing campaigns that provide easy, fun and inspiring recipes. Produce for Kids has been helping families and children by giving back since 2002. Through our programs, we’ve been able to donate more than $6.4 million to charities that benefit children and families nationwide.
Throughout the year, shoppers can look for the Produce for Kids logo next to produce brands at the participating grocery stores listed below to support local charities. For more information on the campaign, select your local grocery store below.
Who We Benefit
Feeding America is the nationwide network of 200 food banks that leads the fight against hunger in the United States, providing food to more than 46 million people through 60,000 food pantries and meal programs in communities across America. Feeding America also supports programs that improve food security among the people they serve; educates the public about the problem of hunger; and advocates for legislation that protects people from going hungry. Individuals, charities, businesses and government all have a role in ending hunger.
The majority of our campaigns raise funds that go back to Feeding America’s programs that focus on providing nutritious foods to families. If you see our logo in your local produce department, you can feel good knowing that the funds raised are not only going back to Feeding America, but going to a Feeding America food bank in your community!
Jump with Jill
The world’s only rock & roll nutrition show, Jump with Jill, uses music and dance to celebrate healthy habits by transforming nutrition education into a live concert. Created by a Registered Dietitian and professional musician, the show uses singable anthems guaranteed to get students moving and learning about healthy habits. Produce for Kids and Meijer have been able to support 75 in-school Jump with Jill rock & roll nutrition shows in schools.