I am a compensated member of the Truvia Kitchen Cabinet network. My opinions are my own.
Every day, over 40% of Bolivian families struggle to support their children’s most basic food needs:
- Two-thirds of the Bolivian population is below the poverty line.
- The majority Bolivian children do not receive the minimum daily caloric intake and are suffering from nutritional deficiencies.
- The widespread use of primitive cook stoves resulting in harmful smoke exposure has led to a number of health issues for Bolivian families. I’m sharing this with you because it breaks my heart to hear about anyone going hungry. We have problems with kids here in our country and of course we’re not alone. I would say it’s way worse in Bolivia and it makes me happy to know what a company like Truvia is helping others out in the world.
The Truvia brand launched a new campaign to support its $1,000,000 “Sharing a Sweet Future” charitable initiative in partnership with the United Nations World Food Programme to help reduce childhood hunger in Bolivia. To learn more about the efforts, visit www.SharingaSweetFuture.com
You can help!
Just copy and paste one of the tweets below and share it on Twitter or Facebook to help raise awareness for childhood hunger in Bolivia.
What you need to know about the Sharing a Sweet Future Initiative: http://youtu.be/QoJL_ABbZvI #SweetFuture via @foodfamilyfinds
#SweetFuture Truvia® brand & the World Food Programme create an outlet for farmers to supply their basic ingredients http://youtu.be/4QVTEep3qGI
#SweetFuture Providing children with meals at school and a look at the family meal: http://youtu.be/ui03n-Onv1c via @momstart