As part of our Stand Up for Kids Campaign, we’re asking you to share your childhood food memories on social media from April 21 through May 4. It’s a chance for all of us to think about and share some food memories that we may not have thought about since we were kids. Or maybe you ate something yesterday that brought you back to your elementary school cafeteria or your 13th birthday party. In any case, we want to see your photos and read your stories!
With our social media campaigns, we’re always aiming to tap into your creativity and have fun. With this particular effort, we also want to underscore that every child deserves to have good food memories and encourage people to help feed 100,000 local kids every month by donating foods on our child-friendly foods list.
Keep an eye on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages starting Tuesday, April 21, for #foodmemories posts that will prompt you to tell us about foods that made you feel a certain way or to share your experiences with foods on our most-needed child-friendly foods list. We’ll have other surprises too!
***Get more involved in our Stand Up for Kids campaign by making a monetary donation, or organizing an online fundraiser or a food drive. Click here to learn more.