Join the Team No Kid Hungry Give-A-Thon

What is the Team No Kid Hungry Give-A-Thon? It's a one-day social media blitz designed to raise $25,000 in a single day for No Kid Hungry. Food Network is aligning our holiday Give-A-Thon this year with #GivingTuesday, a movement and day dedicated to giving.

What we're asking: Food Network is asking our network of influencers, celebrities, chefs, partners and supporters to recruit advocates and donors in the fight against childhood hunger today, Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Why: In order to end childhood hunger, Team No Kid Hungry needs to continue raising critical funds to put programs in place that provide access, education and awareness.

How you can participate: Ask your friends and followers to join in the Give-A-Thon to help No Kid Hungry, where they can potentially win great prizes in the process. Use your influence to recruit advocates and donors in the fight against childhood hunger.

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