Just in time for the season of giving, Kellogg’s® and celebrity dad and actor Taye Diggs have partnered to share breakfast with children in need as part of the third consecutive Share Breakfast initiative. Starting today, families across the country can share a breakfast with a child in need by simply sharing a public service announcement featuring Diggs on ShareBreakfast.com. For each view, share and comment, Kellogg’s will share breakfast.
Along with in-school partner Action For Healthy Kids®, Kellogg’s and Diggs are making it their mission to show families how a wholesome breakfast can help kids reach their full potential every day. Kids who eat breakfast have more energy and focus for learning, yet nearly one in five children across our communities go without it. That’s why Kellogg’s and Diggs are leading the charge to help end childhood hunger and are rallying families across the U.S. to help provide food for kids in need.
How to Join the Share Breakfast Movement
Every time you do one of the following, Kellogg’s will share breakfast to a kid who might otherwise go without:
1. Share the public service announcement (video above) with friends.
2. Like or comment on the Kellogg’s Facebook page.
3. Pin the public service announcement on Pinterest.
You can also help #ShareBreakfast by re-tweeting this:
— Jennifer H (@Lovesmytwoboys) February 24, 2013
My family growing up was considered middle class and thankfully did not have to experience missing meals. I did, however see friends and their families struggle at times with financing and the affordability of groceries, among other things. My husband has worked in the school system for the past 9 years and has seen first-hand how many families are unable to provide the basic needs for their children. It breaks my heart to hear that families in our own community are struggling and it pushes me harder to budget for our own family, so we can give back to others.
I’m so happy to be teaming up with Kellogg’s for the #ShareBreakfast movement. I really enjoy giving back, especially when I can involve my own children in the process.
I want to encourage all of my readers to take a moment, to re-tweet the link above, watch and share the video, comment on the Share Breakfast Facebook page, or Pin the service announcement to Pinterest. Any or all of these acts will help an innocent child get the nutritious breakfast they deserve. I would love to hear about your shares below!
National Breakfast Week is March 4th-8th.
Disclosure: I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Kellogg’s. I received a product sample & promotional item to thank me for participating.