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Share My Next Meal

Share My Next Meal is a social media challenge designed to bring awareness of poverty and hunger in our communities. We hope to encourage community involvement and donations to local food banks.

Organizer: Cydney Myers

Type Of Group: Other Community Benefits

$275

Raised Towards Goal

$5,000

Fundraising Goal

$275

$5,000

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The Group's Purpose

Share My Next Meal is a campaign designed by University of The Fraser Valley, Global Development Students. The campaign is open to the public for all to participate. You do not need to wait to be challenged, you can start your own challenge now!

Share My Next Meal is a social media challenge designed to bring awareness of hunger and poverty in local communities. The idea is to encourage community involvement and donations to local food banks. "Most of us know where our next meal is coming from…Many don't!"

How to Help

Be a part of a social media challenge. Take a photo of your meal, hashtag it #sharemynextmeal, donate a portion of the cost of your meal to your local food bank and challenge three friends on social media to do the same! Don't forget to find us on Facebook or Twitter and tell us what community you shared your meal with!

About the Organizers

Share My Next Meal campaign was created by Cydney Myers, Carolina Silva and Kara Hanson. The girls are students at the University of The Fraser Valley in Abbotsford, BC. The campaign was originally a project assigned to them in their Global Development class by Professor, Cherie Enns. They were asked to think of a campaign to combat poverty locally. Because their campaign had no overhead costs and didn't require a budget, the girls were able to launch the campaign on November 17, 2014.