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Alison

Your mission, should you choose to accept it (and you should), is one million meals! And, good news, it’s not impossible!

In 2010, we launched our first-ever online food drive, #Tweet2Feed. At the time, we were social media newbies and had no idea what to expect, but the response was overwhelming! In the first year, with our followers’ help, we donated  Continue Reading »

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Amy

Tweet2Feed 2012: The Results Are In…

Did we make our goal of donating 300,000 meals through our Tweet2Feed campaign during last year’s holiday season?  Oh, yes we did!  We blew our goal out of the water by donating 341,780 meals to food banks in Pennsylvania, New  Continue Reading »

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Amy

Give a BIG Cheer, #Tweet2Feed Is Back Again This Year!!

Usually our mindset during the next few months is all about family get-togethers, holiday shopping, yummy festive foods and how we’re going to lose those unwanted “holiday” pounds.  While most of us would be overjoyed with a less stuffed belly,  Continue Reading »

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Alison

#Tweet2Feed is Back! Help Us Donate a Quarter of a Million Meals!

In hard economic times, more families are at risk for hunger. At the same time, local food banks are experiencing a drop in food and monetary donations. That’s why we’re proud to announce the launch of our second annual #Tweet2Feed  Continue Reading »

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Alison

From Tweet to Table: Thanks for Helping Our Local Food Banks!

They may be just 140-character messages, but they had the power to generate more than 200,000 meal donations for area food banks! Thanks to everyone who participated in our virtual food drive #Tweet2Feed. By simply following us on Twitter, retweeting  Continue Reading »

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Alison

From Tweet to Table: An Easy Way to Help Local Food Banks

When I was a kid, my mom used to tell me, “finish your dinner; there are starving kids in Africa.” OK, first of all, I had no clue where Africa was. And even if I did, I was pretty sure  Continue Reading »

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