Together, we can work together to end childhood hunger.
“We believe that everyone has a right to dignity and respect and fundamental access to fresh, healthy food. Each day in the United States, approximately one pound of food per person is wasted. Our goal is to remove the barriers to access that many people experience and help families in need receive nourishing meals. Having sustenance is a foundational building block that affects the quality of our health and how we live, love, and learn within our families and communities.”Dawn, Brie Kind Charcuterie
Our Food4Good program is an emerging community-based initiative in response to food insecurity and economic pressures that prevent access to healthy, nutritious, and culturally appropriate foods.
Ensuring equitable access to food requires systemic change that starts with our community. We hope you will join us in taking these steps to help end food insecurity and take a stand for food justice right here in Chapel Hill.
Five Steps to Supporting Food Justice
Please join us in taking these Five Steps to drive impactful change:
Step 1. Individuals join together in the form of community. With your purchase from Brie Kind Charcuterie, you will become part of the Food4Good community and can opt-in to receive our newsletters and ongoing updates on our collective efforts and community resources.
Step 2. For every purchase of a large or extra large charcuterie platter, Brie Kind will donate $1 To No Kid Hungry North Carolina.**
Step 3. Consider donating $1, $3, $5, or $10 to No Kid Hungry at check out.
Step 4. Amplify and share within your community and social media channels.
Step 5. Advocate for systemic and transformational changes, practices and laws that create a more equitable environment for all.
We are Proud to Partner with: Share our Strength in supporting their No Kid Hungry campaign.
Share Our Strength’s mission is to end hunger and poverty in the U.S. and abroad.
“We’re committed to breaking down any and all systemic inequalities that stand between a hungry child and healthy meal.” -Share our Strength
“Food justice is the belief that healthy food is a human right, so everyone has an inherent right to access healthy, fresh food.
Food justice is important for everyone because food is culture. Food is your family. Food is part of how we communicate with one another; it’s a way we share our love.
Being able to enjoy and prepare food that actually nourishes the body and keeps us healthy is connected to our ability to stay sane as human beings.”
Nikki Henderson, Executive Director of People’s Grocery
DONATE TO END CHILDHOOD HUNGER
Just $1 can feed a child up to 10 nutritious meals.* With your donation of $1, $3, $5, or $10, you can make a difference in a child’s life.
*This amount is based on the individual experiences of No Kid Hungry grant recipients. Contributions will be used to reach the most children facing hunger. Meal equivalency varies during COVID-19 relief.