ABOUT RUN 10 FEED 10:
RUN 10 FEED 10 started in 2012 with the hope of raising money and awareness for the dire hunger problem in America. The concept was a simple one. RUN a 10K and FEED 10 hungry people in your hometown. Since we started, you’ve helped us to raise enough money to provide 4.5 million meals to Americans in need. Now, it’s our fifth anniversary! Help us celebrate in a big way by making this the biggest year yet! The road to 5 million meals starts with you.
HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD RUN 10 FEED 10:
Right now, 48 million Americans are going hungry—they don’t know when they will get their next meal. The reality is there IS enough food in the world today for everyone to get the nourishment they need for a healthy and productive life. It’s something we can do something about. Together, we can make a huge impact in a very simple way. All you have to do is RUN!
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:
Click on the register tab above to register for an official timed race, a Fun Run, or to Run Your Own 10K.
You’ll instantly provide 10 meals to people going hungry in your local community, plus you’ll get a limited-edition FEED bag!
SHARE the idea with your Facebook friends and Twitter followers using #RUN10FEED10 to get them excited about what you’re doing (you’ll inspire them to participate too!)
VISIT crowdrise.com/womenshealthrun10feed10 to donate or fundraise and raise additional money to help those in need. It only takes 10 friends donating $10 each to raise an extra $100 for your community. All of the money raised will benefit the FEED Foundation.
After witnessing the effects of hunger firsthand when traveling as a United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) Honorary Spokesperson, Lauren Bush Lauren founded FEED in 2007 with the mission of “Creating Good Products That Help FEED the World.” Every product sold has a measurable donation attached to it and, to date, the social business has been able to provide over 94 million meals globally through the WFP and Feeding America. FEED has also supported nutrition programs around the world, providing over 3.8 million children with Vitamin A supplements through UNICEF. For more information, please visit www.FEEDprojects.com.