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- Cotton twill lining
- no-closure closure
- 10" shoulder drop
- 15.5" high
- 15" wide
- The FEED Project is a partnership between the United Nations World Food Programme and Lauren Bush, WFP Honorary Spokesperson.
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- Buying one World Food Programme FEED bag feeds a child in school for one school year.
- School feeding acts as a magnet, dramatically increasing enrollment, sometimes by as much as 100 percent. It also improves performance at school; children concentrate better on a full stomach.
- Girls who go to school not only marry later, but have half as many children than illiterate women. Furthermore, these children are healthier and better educated.
- One year of school meals can transform a child's life and provide the tools for a lifetime of self-reliance. School feeding is a simple but effective way to beat hunger and poverty.
- The FEED Project is a partnership between the United Nations World Food Program and Lauren Bush, WFP Honorary Spokesperson.
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Honorary Spokesperson for the UN World Food Programme
"FEED is a project I initiated to help fight child hunger. For the past 3 years I have been an Honorary Spokesperson for the UN World Food Program (WFP), which is the food-aid arm of the UN humanitarian forces.
Hunger and malnutrition are the No. 1 risk to global health, killing more people than AIDS, malaria, and TB combined. In fact, every five seconds, a child dies because he or she is hungry. The FEED bag is a product of the United Nations World Food Programme, and was designed to raise awareness and funds for hungry children. Each FEED bag sold will provide a school year of meals for one child in need and give them the hope of an education and a regular meal. Whether you tote your FEED bag to school, work, play, or shopping, remember that your bag helped to feed and educate a child.
- Product Dimensions: 18.6 x 16.7 x 2.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
- ASIN: B000M3OP6A
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 29, 2007
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
When I read what Lauren Bush said, my immediate thought was that I could provide at least one hungry child with food for one year by purchasing this bag. I'm a senior citizen living on a fixed income. By lowering my food expenses $10 for six weeks I purchased this bag (free shipping from Amazon). I, now, use this bag to purchase my weekly groceries. Not only am I feeding one child for a year, I also am doing my small part for the environment by not using the plastic/paper containers.
Thank you! ...Ann Forster, Foxborough, MA
They advertise this bag as "$20 a year can transform a child's life and provide the tools for a lifetime of self-reliance." so why not just help out THREE kids and send the $60 directly to the organization? The company should be doing the right thing and donating 100% to the charity but it's often more about the hype than anything else.
This bag is sold at Whole Foods Markets for 1/2 the price. They cover some of the mark-up so your money is spent helping supply 100 meals. Go there to purchase it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the ORIGINAL FEED bag. I bought it years ago. The burlap has a whole in it but I still use it. I love it!Published 13 months ago by Cerulean5
I gave this to my sister as a birthday gift a few years ago. She loved it and I loved feeding the poor!Published 19 months ago by Jess M
I purchased 4 for Mother's day 2008. My mother has used these bags to grocery shop for 7 years. I estimate she's used these bags at least once a week, which ends up totaling to... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Frank Johnson
I love this bag, have had it for years and its just amazing, and it helps people which is great ! Great buyPublished 20 months ago by iluv2luv1102
During my student-teaching semester, I carried my lessons and other belongings in a "FEED" bag to school every day. Read morePublished on August 16, 2014 by Suzanne Mammen
Great design, great idea but too heavy even with nothing inside,so it's not easy to use as an everyday bag.Published on June 4, 2013 by Zheng Hui