Hunger is a complex issue. It's not just getting hungry people food, it's about getting people the right kinds of foods. Healthy food costs more, meaning foods that help with development and set children up for success are a privilege not afforded to all. An egg may seem like a normal breakfast for most of us, but to a family that doesn't know where their next meal is from, it's half the protein a child needs for the day, it's all 9 essential amino acids and a chance at a better tomorrow.
Did You Know...
One egg has
half the protein a child needs for a day
Poverty impacts some of our most vulnerable communities
- Eggs provide an exceptional source of 13 essential vitamins and minerals and high-quality protein in just 70 calories.
- Eggs contain vitamin D, a critical vitamin for bone health and immune function.
- Choline is essential for normal functioning of all cells, but particularly important during pregnancy to support healthy brain development of the fetus.
- Eggs also contain Lutein and zeaxanthin, antioxidants that can reduce the risk of developing cataracts and slow the progression of age-related macular degeneration.
Our mission is to build a sustainable solution to end the hunger crisis in America by connecting animal protein, direct from farmers, to hunger relief organizations through an efficient, sustainable, and value-based model.
To “change the menu” for 1 million food insecure families per month by 2025 in America by connecting animal protein from farmers to hunger relief organizations.