The beauty of nature meets the classic FEED 1 bag, available in an array of earthy hues fit for every season. This reversible tote is filled with impact, providing one child with school meals for one year.
Cotton and natural burlap
2 side pockets
1 large interior pocket that fits an iPad
15" W x 15" H x 6" D
11" drop handles
Provides 185 school meals
Where we are helping
Families affected by civil confict or natural disasters are often the most vulnerable to hunger. We help provide emergency meals during humanitarian crises, as we did in Syria to support the WFP's efforts to assist over 2.5 million Syrian refugees.
Egypt is just one of the countries in which we support mother-child nutrition programs, providing packets of innovative nutrient powders that ensure that a mother and her baby receive the right nutrition during the first 1,000 days between her pregnancy and her child's second birthday.
United States - Minneapolis
49 million Americans struggle with food insecurity, which means they do not know where their next meal is coming from. In 2013, FEED launched giving in the U.S. by partnering with Target to create a limited-edition FEED USA Collection. The partnership provided meals to over 14 million children and families across the country.
Guatemala has the highest rate of malnutrition in Latin America. Our FEED Guatemala collection has helped provide over 13.3 million micronutrient packets to children who are chronically malnourished.
Through our partnership with Whole Foods and your purchases over the last eight years, we've helped provide over 43 million school meals in Rwanda (our greatest giving in one country to date!).
We've helped provide over 4.1 million school meals in Kenya to date. We also work with artisan groups in the country, providing much-needed employment and an opportunity to break out of the cycle of poverty.
Since a massive earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, we've provided school meals for Haiti's children - over 1.1 million meals - as the country rebuilds and faces challenges in nutrition, health, and education.