Blogging For Those Less Fortunate Than Us (from Kidfresh and City Harvest)


First, let me say Happy Thanksgiving to all of those celebrating today.

As we sit down to our plentiful feasts, I wanted to take a moment to bring a wonderful campaign to your attention, and I hope you will join me in supporting it. And if you have a blog, join me in blogging about it.

Kidfresh is a line of all-natural frozen kids’ meals, created with the input of nutritionists and chefs to help busy parents get some wholesome foods (veggies too!) into their picky children. And now they reaching out to bloggers and their readers to help feed children in need in NYC.

Up to December 15th, Kidfresh will donate 30* of their meals to City Harvest of New York City for every new “Like” on Facebook.

For every blog post covering the campaign, Kidfresh will donate 300* Meals to City Harvest
. How amazing is that? If you are a blogger and you want to write a post, email me at carketch29 (at) yahoo (dot) com and I will forward you the email I received on how to do this.

(*up to a total of 85,000 meals)

Let me be very clear that this is not a sponsored post. I have received nothing from Kidfresh beyond the email asking me to spread the word. And with such a wonderful donation campaign, how could I not take part?

Everyone can help, whether or not they are a blogger. If you don’t have a blog, simply click HERE to “like” Kidfresh on Facebook and send 30 meals to City Harvest.

Because I can’t say it any better than they can, here’s the full press release, I hope you will take the time to read it:

NEW YORK, NY — (November, 15th 2011) — Kidfresh, the New York-based Company that pioneered natural and wholesome meals for children, will donate 30 healthy, all-natural, vegetable-rich kids meals to City Harvest for each new fan on Facebook in an effort to fight hunger for children in New York City.

Like Kidfresh on Facebook to donate 30 meals now: (until December,15th)

With your help, this Kidfresh donation could help feed thousands of hungry children in the city. “There are 1.4 million New York City residents, including over 400,000 children, living in households facing food insecurity today (1). We cannot sit and do nothing when 1 in 5 children don’t know where their next meal will come from, right here in our community. At Kidfresh, we are committed to help children in need as much as we possibly can.” said Matt Cohen, CEO and Founder of Kidfresh.

The company will donate all six nutritious meals for kids: Totally Twisted Pasta & Meatballs, a pasta dish complete with meatballs and tomato sauce hiding a half cup of vegetables, Wagon Wheels Mac + Cheese, an all-time kids favorite enriched with hidden carrots in a creamy cheese sauce as well as Spaghetti Loops Bolognese, Muy Cheesy Quesadillas, Rainbow Rice & Chicken and Easy Cheesy Ravioli.

About City Harvest
Now serving New York City for more than 25 years, City Harvest is the world’s first food rescue organization, dedicated to feeding the city’s hungry men, women, and children. This year, City Harvest will collect 28 million pounds of excess food from all segments of the food industry, including restaurants, grocers, corporate cafeterias, manufacturers, and farms. This food is then delivered free of charge to nearly 600 community food programs using a fleet of trucks and bikes as well as volunteers on foot. Each week, City Harvest helps over 300,000 hungry New Yorkers find their next meal. To learn more, visit

About Kidfresh
Created by parents for parents, with the help of top pediatric nutritionists and NYC-based chefs, Kidfresh has grown from its initial concept store on Manhattan’s Upper East Side in the mid 2000’s to become a pioneer in all-natural, wholesome, yummy kids meals, available in the freezer sections of leading grocery stores and supermarkets in the United States. Kidfresh offers time-tested kid favorite entrees with 100% natural ingredients, blended vegetables and key nutrients for growing children – ready in 3 minutes. Kidfresh meals are a welcome solution to today’s busy parents and the company’s founder Matt Cohen created the line of frozen meals with his family in mind and makes sure that his company also helps children in need; Kidfresh is a proud sponsor of Save the Children and has donated meals to City Harvest, a New York-based non-profit which helps to feed families in need.

To learn more, visit

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