Go Orange in September and Help End Childhood Hunger

Today, cable networks, including Food Network and Cooking Channel, will join together in an effort to end childhood hunger. You'll notice iconic logos in orange in support of September being Hunger Awareness Month. Go Orange is designed to raise public awareness for an issue that affects almost 50 million people every day — 16 million of those going hungry are children. The impact of hunger on society runs deep: It's It's a health issue, it's a school-performance issue and it's an economic issue. The hope is that it can soon be a nonissue. September's Go Orange campaign strives to engage the public to make ending childhood hunger a national priority.

Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign connects kids in need with nutritious food and teaches their families how to cook healthy, affordable meals.

For more info, go to FoodNetwork.com/Hungry or NoKidHungry.org.

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