Produce for Kids is working with grocery stores nationwide to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network. Produce for Kids encourages healthy eating for families. It provides Ideal Meals recipes for parents and information for kids through games and crafts. Their campaign Get Healthy, Give Hope is an annual fundraiser event for the CMN.
My daughter, Sammi has been an outpatient of All Children’s Hospital, one of the Children’s Miracle Network hospitals, numerous times. We trust the staff completely. She even had her tonsillectomy there as an inpatient. If there’s a way to help them fund research, equipment, treatment and training, I’m in! There are 170 hospitals in the US and Canada and the money raised goes to them.
Raising money is easy with Produce for Kids. Just buy produce at your local Publix and the participating suppliers will make that all-important donation. The end date for the Publix store campaign is June, 27. So hurry!
If you’re not near a Publix, check out the information for Giant, Homeland, Miejers, Price Chopper and Stop & Shop on the Produce for Kids Facebook page under the Get Healthy Give Hope tag. You can also look for the Produce for Kids display In participating stores.
While you’re on the Facebook page, click on the Enter to Win tab to enter to win one of three prizes: A Sprout gift basket and a $100 grocery card, a $100 grocery card and a $50 grocery card. (Ends August 8)But check back as more contests are offered frequently.
There’s also an Instagram contest for a $25 grocery card. Follow Produce for Kids, regram their contest image and follow the easy directions.
Get your family eating healthy and help the Children’s Miracle Network with Produce for Kids.
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