Making Life Better! Buy Unilever to help Cross Off Hunger #BetterTogether #CBias
I hope over the past 2 years of blogging that I’ve gotten across how important that healthy living and giving back is along with helping to show you easy ways to do your part!
My dedication to this topic makes me proud to team up with Unilever and what they stand for…Sustainable living! Unilever’s sustainable living goal is to help one billion people improve their health and well-being! An example of their dedication is the Cross Off Hunger Campaign in partnership with Feeding America.
Unilever is committed to donating more than two million meals to families in need with Feeding America and every item on your shopping list counts. Show your support by adding Unilever brands to your cart next time you shop. Together we can help to Cross Off Hunger.
Next time you are shopping for everyday items consciously make an effort to support Unilever in Making Life Better by buying one of the many Unilever brand products. Curious which brands are Unilever? After looking at the list below, you will see that Unilever definitely makes a regular appearance in many households already!
So how can we help?
Our family is always looking for convenient ways to give back. Cross Off Hunger is a great cause that believes “Small Actions Can Add Up to a Big Difference.” Cross Off Hunger helps us as a whole make a big difference with our small actions from buying Unilever products to finding our local food banks. Visit MakingLifeBetter.com to find your local food banks, learn about the needs of Food Banks, and more to find out what you can do to help!
Along with the Food Banks found on the locator there are more options such as host your own food drive (our local food bank provides boxes, signs, & supplies to help you get started) or contact them to see who is running a food bank drive such as our nearby library and soon my husband’s work!
Please note: I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias™ and Unilever #CBias #SocialFabric