Giving Thanks to Share Our Strength

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As the season of giving (thanks and otherwise) approaches, it feels like a good time to revisit an important Food Network friend and ally.

Share Our Strength, FN's official charity partner, tackles a vitally critical, yet simple mission. They work to ensure that no child in America grows up hungry.

The Great American Bakesale

Chef Duff ( Ace of Cakes) and Sandra Lee ( Semi-Homemade) did their part at The Great American Bake Sale earlier this year. Want to do your part? Get your notification for the 2009 Great American Bake Sale.

Read more about Share Our Strength and their partnership with Food Network or watch a quick video. It's just another way the entire Food Network family gets involved behind the scenes.

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