Wednesday, August 19th was World Humanitarian Day. This day is an opportunity to celebrate the spirit that inspires humanitarian work around the globe. However, we believe these types of acts should be celebrated all year round. Here are 5 brands that are doing that daily… TangoTab TangoTab is a fun, simple way to solve a … Continue reading 5 Brands Giving Back to Humanity
Food is fundamental. For our children. For our communities. For our future. But child Hunger is a growing issue. In Texas, 1 in 4 kids don’t know where their next meal is coming from. What if, while getting your morning coffee, lunchtime meal, or evening treat, you could feed a child in need in under … Continue reading Food Is Fundamental
Over 300 smiling faces showed up bright and early this past Saturday to participate in our monthly Feed The City event. In less than two hours over 9,620 sandwiches were made and 6,000 bags of chips and cookies packed. This is a small taste of what can be accomplished when a community is united through … Continue reading FEED THE CITY Continues to Grow
Three years ago, I was introduced to a food charity no more than 2 miles away from my home. While there, I witnessed something that I never thought I would see, which set us on a mission to end hunger in our local communities. When we think of hunger, we typically imagine a third-world country … Continue reading 1 Million Fed and Counting
TangoTab Launches Campaign with Dallas Cowboys Center – Travis Frederick, Kidd Kraddick in the Morning personality – Kellie Rasberry and Houston Rockets Center – Dwight Howard to reach 1 Million People Fed in Hunger Awareness Month TangoTab launched in 2012. The objective is simple – end hunger locally. DALLAS, TX – The month of June is … Continue reading Ending Hunger Awareness Month with a Bang!
17 million American children will go to bed hungry tonight. Approximately 50 million people of the United States population are hungry. Is that startling? We typically envision hunger as a problem occurring outside our borders. Usually, when we think of hunger, images of the poorest nations in, Africa, Asia or Latin America come to mind. … Continue reading Make It Count
This Memorial Day Weekend, we are reminded of a man we met at a food pantry. It was located in a relatively affluent area. There were all kinds of people there, but one man stood out among the rest. He quietly slid into line to pick up food without saying a word. A few minutes later, … Continue reading Hunger Doesn’t Discriminate