Saturday, November 24, 2012
I recently saw a great story about a family who wanted to spend more quality together and chose to do so by putting together food bags for kids who are hungry. It's called Kids Against Hunger.
The bags have a combination of rice, crushed soy, dehydrated vegetables and vitamins/flavoring "secret sauce" powder. When boiled up it will feed six children.
A 32-pound box contains 36 packets that make a total of 216 meals and costs approximately $50.
So here is how to make this a budget philanthropy project:
Make dinner and invite five of your friends over. Tell 'em to bring ten bucks each. You feed them one meal, they feed six kids 36 times.
Do it once a month and that's almost 2,600 meals that you and your friends have provided hungry kids. It only costs you ten bucks a month.