If you want to join the fight against hunger but aren’t sure which method suits you best, start here! Whether you like to eat, workout, or shop, there are easy ways you can give back that fit in smoothly with your daily routine.
Volunteer Appreciation Month (April 1 – 30)
We love our volunteers and couldn’t serve our community without your help. Whether you’ve volunteered with us before or are new to our organization, join us for a volunteer shift this April so we can show you what you mean to us.
Blue Harbor Restaurant (April 1 – 30)
Hit up this new restaurant and take a bite out of hunger. When you order the Gulf Black Grouper dish, 50% of proceeds will be donated to Feeding Tampa Bay.
Orange Theory Miles for Meals (April 1 – 30)
Every step you take can make a difference. For every mile run at Orange Theory this April, one meal will be donated to a family in need.
Fight Hunger. Spark Change. (April 2 – 30)
Purchase specially marked Fight Hunger. Spark Change items while you shop at your local Walmart and donate to the fight against hunger.
Yoga with a Twist (April 29)
Who knew you could fight hunger with yoga and champagne?! For every yogi in attendance, Conscious Coconut will donate a meal to a child in need through Feeding Tampa Bay. Get your flow on and give back to your community.
Cereal for Summer (April 30 – May 13)
Help combat child hunger this summer by donating boxes of cereal to children in need. Join the movement and drop off breakfast items at any participating Cereal for Summer location.
Goals scored by Tampa-Bay-Lightning players aren’t just for the win, they also help to provide food to local residents in need! For the fifth year, Mosaic pledged to donate $500 for every goal scored by a Lightning player at home during the season and $5,000 for every hat trick on home ice. This week, Mosaic presented a check in conjunction with the Goals for Food program for the 2017/2018 season for $85,000 – and the season isn’t over yet! These funds will benefit Feeding Tampa Bay and other local agencies like Meals On Wheels of Tampa, The Thomas Promise, and United Food Bank!
To top it off, Mosaic held a canned food drive before the Lightning/Coyote game this past Monday. Game-goers were able to donate funds before entering the stadium or bring canned goods to the game to donate to Feeding Tampa Bay. Altogether, the Goals for Food canned food drive brought in 11,315 meals for the our hungry neighbors in the Tampa Bay area. Thanks to partners like Mosaic, we can continue to strengthen our community and rally together to strike out hunger.
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