#YouShareWeShare and Give Back to #NewOrleans

This blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Subway blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.

Over the last 7 years here at Experimental Mommy, I have had the great fortune of working with a local charity that I truly admire which is making a major impact in my community.  The Second Harvest Food Bank is leading the fight against hunger in South Louisiana by providing food access, education, advocacy and disaster response. In fact, they supply over 23 million meals to 210,000 people annually, a truly magnificent achievement.
The lazy days of Summer are carefree and allow kids to just be kids.  For some.  However, there are children in my community that rely on the steady meals provided by their schools. When the school year ends, these children no longer have access to hot meals and nutritious snacks. Fortunately, Second Harvest Food Bank supplies Summer Feeding programs at local schools, community centers and camps to ensure no child is left without food.

For all of these reasons, I am thrilled to learn that SUBWAY® Restaurants in the USA and Canada are joining forces with several charities this summer to give back to local communities through the “You Share. We Share.” program.  I could not be happier to see that Second Harvest Food Bank will be the recipient of this generosity in the New Orleans area. The “You Share. We Share” campaign encourages the community to get out and share their weekends with SUBWAY® Restaurants, and SUBWAY® will share right back by donating a percentage of weekend sales, up to $100,000, directly to a local charity in need.

While you are out and about on the weekend (through August 31st), soak up some quality family time at SUBWAY and feel good about helping your community, too! Even better? Find your local SUBWAY® and entice your family and friends by sharing photos of your meal on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram using #YouShareWeShare.

Learn more about Second Harvest Food Bank by following them on Twitter and Facebook. Enjoy!

This blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Subway blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.

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