Champions for Kids – Summer of Giving Project

This is a sponsored post written in partnership with the Motherhood and Champions for Kids.  All thoughts & opinions shared are 100% my own.


Summertime is something most children look forward to for many reasons. Children are out of school, have full days to play and many look forward to family vacations. As a child, I was always happy for summertime to roll around. We made many plans about how we would spend our days and played many of them away.  As children, we tend to be quite carefree.  That is not the case for all children.  That is where Champions for Kids comes into play.


The core values of Champions for Kids are simple, yet profound, and drive their efforts to “mobilize millions” to help children — All children should have: Someone who cares; a Place to belong; Hope for tomorrow and provisions for their journey. All children.

Having partnered with Champions for Kids several times in the past, I was excited to learn of their new Simple Service Project.  This month, Champions for Kids and Walmart are joining with sponsors Tyson, Birds Eye, and State Fair brands for the Summer of Giving Project, to help provide 5 million meals to hungry kids.  The statistics show that there are millions of children in households where food is not consistently available.  That is such a sad thought!

Get Involved!


We can get involved in a very simple way with a few steps!

  • Gather – your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers
  • Learn – about the needs of children in your community
  • Give – items to help kids enjoy happier and healthier lives
  • Share – your story with us to inspire others
  • Win – up to $25,000 for your school


From now until July 1st, visit the frozen food aisle of your local Walmart Supercenter to learn more about the Summer of Giving program and how to win one of three $25,000 awards for your local school district!  The Simple Service Projects are always a fantastic way to get involved to help those in our local communities!

cfk (5 of 5)

I checked with our local food bank to ensure they accepted frozen food donations.  Then we headed into Walmart to shop for our Simple Service donation in Walmart.  It is amazing how much you can stretch a small amount of money.  I feel good about donating frozen vegetables to the local food bank.

cfk (1 of 5)

It is easy to get involved!  Think of just how simple it is to make a difference! 

Will you be joining in the Summer of Giving program?

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.