With over 16 million children in America struggling with hunger every day, it’s clear that hunger is an
But Christian chef and New York Times best-selling author Ayesha Curry is raising awareness of this
crisis through a partnership with Glad Products Company’s Glad to Give™ program.
“I think it’s important to give back to the community because there’s so many people in need,” says
Curry, 27-year-old wife of Golden State Warriors player Stephen Curry in a new promotional video.
The footage, distributed by Glad, places a spotlight on Curry’s work with No Kid Hungry, a charity
which focuses on making healthy after-school meals available to kids across the country.
“No Kid Hungry is all about providing breakfast or in-classroom lunches for kids who may not be able
to have that. Their parents might not be able to afford to send them to school fed with a breakfast, or
send them to school with a prepared lunch,” says the author of The Seasoned Life: Food, Family,
Faith, and the Joy of Eating Well.
“And when I stumbled across No Kid Hungry, I instantly fell in love and felt like I needed to help,”
continues the mother of two whose brand-new series, Ayesha’s Homemade, premieres on Saturday,
Oct. 22 at 12|11c on Food Network.
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