Hello darlings! This post doesn’t contain a recipe, but it is about a cause I am passionate about and a way I have chosen to give this holiday season and I hope you’ll take a moment to read a little more about the Project Christmas Cookbook and how it will spread a little cheer this holiday season.
A group of food bloggers, including myself, decided to get together this year and create an e-cookbook with 20 amazing recipes inspired by the holiday season so we could raise funds for the No Kid Hungry campaign. 1 in 5 children right here in the United States doesn’t have enough food to eat, and No Kid Hungry not only provides meals for children, but resources and classes for families to learn how to cook healthy meals on a budget. If you haven’t surmised as much by now, food bloggers are natural feeders, and you can see why the No Kid Hungry campaign’s mission is so important to us.
The Project Christmas Cookbook is only $8, and has 20 amazing recipes – everything from savory to sweet, breakfast to dessert – perfect for the holiday season!
100% of the proceeds from the Project Christmas Cookbook will be donated to the No Kid Hungry Campaign!
Even a donation as small as $10 can provide up to 100 meals for children in our communities and support educational programs to help their families. It warms my heart to know that sharing good food can make such a difference.
Thank you so much for your support and helping us make this project a success! To order your copy of the Project Christmas e-Cookbook for only $8, or gift one to a friend, click the button below.
Thank you for giving back with us this holiday season, and thank you for sharing!
Pomegranate Champagne Spritzer | Cook. Craft. Love.
Friday 21st of September 2018
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