Go Orange Day Is Friday — Wear Orange to Raise Awareness of Childhood Hunger in West Michigan
Join us along with Kids’ Food Basket and dozens of schools, businesses and organizations by wearing orange on Friday (March 27) to raise awareness of childhood hunger in West Michigan.
Orange is the national color of hunger awareness. On Friday, thousands will wear orange to bring attention to the one in four children in West Michigan that is affected by hunger.
About 200 volunteers in Grand Rapids and Muskegon help Kid’s Food Basket feed sack suppers to over 6,000 kids every school day. Kids’ Food Basket will be adding a Holland location soon.
Awareness is the first step to solving the problem of childhood hunger.
Wear orange Friday to show your support.
Other Ways To Fight Childhood Hunger In West Michigan
- Donate money – a $1 donation provides one sack supper for a child in West Michigan.
- Decorate a brown bag – sack suppers decorated with positive messages and illustrations help to brighten a child’s day.
- Donate an item – baggies, fruit, pretzels, cereal and more.
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