Look What your $1 San Francisco Food Bank Donation Buys

$10 worth of food from the San Francisco Food Bank (note the fresh fruits and vegetables)

$10 worth of food from a grocery store

The Hunger Challenge is over but hunger is not. Other hunger challengers and myself get to move on and go back to eating whatever we want. Hunger is not an experiment for so many people.

If you haven’t given to the food bank or another charity lately, here’s another good reason to give to the food bank now. Because of support from volunteers and efficiencies, the San Francisco Food Bank can turn your $1 donation into $10 worth of food. The pictures above depict how much food the San Francisco Food Bank can provide to a hungry person with your $10 donation contrasted with the amount of food $10 will buy at a grocery store.

It’s like magic!

To Donate Now, click here

Read more about other blogger’s experiences with the hunger challenge:

Cooking with Amy

Been there Ate That

The Inadvertent Gardener

Lisa Barnes from Petit Appetite

Blog Appetite

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