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NUTRITION MISSION
ACCOMPLISHED

NUTRITION MISSION
ACCOMPLISHED

The fight to end hunger isn't over, but we're proud
of what we've accomplished this year. With your
generosity, we've provided 4.5 million meals* to
Americans in need. We hope to continue this
fight and help our neighbors and communities
overcome food insecurity once and for all.

The fight to end hunger isn't over, but we're proud
of what we've accomplished this year. With your
generosity, we've provided 4.5 million meals* to
Americans in need. We hope to continue this
fight and help our neighbors and communities
overcome food insecurity once and for all.

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be part of the Nutriotion Mission
*One A Day® and Citracal® donated 11C per bottle for a total of $500,000; 1 bottle=1 meal
secured by Feeding Ameria® on behalf of local food banks.
*One A Day® and Citracal® donated 11C per bottle for a total of $585,000; 1 bottle=1 meal
secured by Feeding Ameria® on behalf of local food banks.

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Our Buy A Bottle* Make a Difference program has ended,
but you can still help in the fight against hunger.

We helped provide

4.5 MILLION
MEALS

We helped provide

4.5 MILLION
MEALS

4.5 meals

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goal without your help.

Share the impact that we've made.
We couldn't have reached our
goal without your help.

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fight to end hunger.

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2013

GRANT WINNERS

CONGRATULATIONS
TO OUR 2013 NYC TRIP WINNER!

MEET THE OTHER 2013 WINNERS
We are proud to announce the winner of
One A Day® Women’s New York City trip,
to help further raise awareness of
food insecurity.
We are proud to announce the winner of One A Day Women’s New York City trip, who met with Sheryl Crow to help further raise awareness of food insecurity.

All four winners were recognized with a $25,000 grant
for a Feeding America® Food Bank of their choice to
acknowledge their dedication to the fight against hunger
in their communities.

All four winners were recognized with a $25,000 grant for a Feeding America® Food Bank of their choice to acknowledge their dedication to the fight against hunger in their communities.

Jeane L. / Food Bank of the Rockies

Jeane L. is an avid volunteer with Food for Thought in Denver, CO. In just 16 months, she has worked with the organization to deliver nearly 30,000 “PowerSacks” which each contain enough food for a family of four to eat for an entire weekend. Read Full Story
Jeane L. / Food Bank of the Rockies
Jeane L. became committed to the hunger cause when she was informed of the number of children in the Denver metro area who were going to school hungry on Monday mornings after not eating proper meals over the weekend. For many, the last full meal they typically had was lunch on Friday. She began volunteering with Food for Thought – Denver to bridge the hunger gap between Friday afternoons and Monday mornings and was an integral part of the team who delivered the first 600 PowerSacks in March 2012. Each PowerSack contains enough food for a family of four to eat for the entire weekend. Over the past 16 months, Jeane has been honored to work with Food for Thought as the Volunteer Coordinator and Grant Writer helping to deliver nearly 30,000 PowerSacks which could not be done without the help of the Food Bank of the Rockies. Food for Thought - Denver maintains the volunteers’ efforts against hunger with zero overhead expenses; all expenses have been donated services and gifts-in-kind, allowing all $100,000 raised by the community thus far to be used to buy food for the PowerSacks. Jeane is thrilled that the Food Bank of the Rockies will be receiving the $25,000 grant because it’s these types of contributions that make a big difference in the operation of the organization. When she isn’t volunteering, Jeane enjoys being a mother and grandmother. She also loves spending time at her family’s mountain home where she bikes, fishes and hikes.

Nicole M. / Blue Ridge Area Food Bank

At the age of 20, Nicole M. has already founded her own hunger action program Neighbors-4-Neighbors. Since its local inception in Charlottesville, VA in 2009, the program has been rolled out nationally with 525,000 pounds of food and donations being made to food banks in all 50 states. Read Full Story
Nicole M. / Blue Ridge Area Food Bank
Nicole M. was born and raised in Charlottesville, VA. She started her Nutrition Mission four years ago when at the young age of 16 she decided to take action against the food insecurity problem in her community by founding the local food drive intiative, Neighbors-4-Neighbors. In her 12-home neighborhood nearly 300 pounds of food were collected which is when Nicole realized what an impact the program could have on her community as well as communities across the country. Since 2009, the program has grown to a national scale with 525,000 pounds of food and donations being made to food banks in all 50 states. Nicole’s Neighbors-4-Neighbors national food drive initiative has provided meals to over 400,000 people and has motivated schools, businesses, government agencies and corporations to join the fight against hunger. Now a student at The University of Virginia studying political science, Nicole continues to organize local and national food drives and spread the word about Neighbors-4-Neighbors. Nicole’s work has been recognized before as she was nominated as one of Glamour Magazine’s* 21 Amazing Young Women in 2011. We look forward to seeing what Nicole does in the future to help the fight against hunger.

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Peg M. / Connecticut Food Bank

As the Social Services Director of New Milford, CT, Peg M. embarked on her Nutrition Mission after noticing there was a great deal of need in her local community. She began by working with her local food bank to develop a successful culinary training program. Along with helping to feed more than 150 families weekly, the culinary training program places many participants in food service jobs. Read Full Story
Peg M. / Connecticut Food Bank
Peg M. has been the Social Services Director of New Milford, CT, a town of just under 30,000 people, for the past eleven years, giving her exposure to the struggles of those in the community. When she started her Nutrition Mission, the Connecticut Food Bank was helping 30-40 households per week by providing a small bag of pre-selected non-perishable food and day-old bakery items donated by local grocers. Over the few years, Peg has helped grow the program, which now takes in surplus produce from area farms and even inspired a community effort to grow and maintain a garden solely for the purpose of providing donations. In addition, six years ago, Peg was an integral part of the launch of the Connecticut Food Bank’s culinary job training program for unemployed and underemployed adults in the region. During the course of the 12-week culinary program, participants learn every facet of food preparation and all the food they prepare is donated to the food bank. This program has a significant impact on hunger in the community while also teaching participants marketable skills to help them land new jobs. With the help of Peg and countless other volunteers, the food bank now feeds more than 150 families each week. In her free time, Peg is an avid runner and gardener, but says her focus these days is truly on her Nutrition Mission. As a basic needs social worker, Peg feels that she is on the "front lines" of fighting hunger as she advocates for those in need.

Tanya M. / Food Gatherers

Tanya M., a teacher in Ypsilanti, MI, was overwhelmed by the realization that many children in her hometown did not have access to a sufficient amount of food and knew she had to take action. For the past year, Tanya has worked with her local food bank, Food Gatherers, and a team of Brick Elementary School staff members to establish the Brick Snack Pantry to help feed struggling students. Tanya and the Brick Snack Pantry provide several fresh produce and protein options to help meet the nutritional needs of students, not only filling their empty tummies but also introducing them to new, healthy foods. Read Full Story
Tanya M. / Food Gatherers
Last year, Tanya M. and a team of staff members at Brick Elementary School decided that they needed to find a way to provide the protein and fresh produce they felt was missing in some of their students’ diets. Traditionally, Brick Elementary School employees brought snacks to school for their students, knowing that many of them were not eating enough. They realized that while they were able to offer snack donations like prepackaged snack bars, crackers and yogurt, they wanted to offer a wider variety of options to meet the nutritional needs of the students. So, they partnered with local food bank, Food Gatherers, to establish The Brick Snack Pantry. With the help of Food Gatherers, The Brick Snack Pantry was able to offer the students a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, cheese with crackers, sandwiches and fruit smoothies. As a result of the program expansion, the students are exposed to foods that have never been available to them before. According to Tanya, The Brick Snack Pantry has had an incredible impact on all members of the Brick Elementary School community. With the help of the program, teachers and parents in the community have gained a better understanding of the needs of all of the children and feel confident that they are not only eating well but being educated about nutrition. It is Tanya’s sincere hope that by learning from the successes of the Brick Snack Pantry, other schools will consider partnering with food banks to offer similar nutritional support that is needed by their students.

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