#Ad-tastic:Be A Tyson Hunger Hero!

The following #HungerHeroes sponsored post has been brought to you by a Collective Bias social shopper insights study. As always my thoughts, opinions, and Tyson foods enthusiasm are my own. Thank you! #ad: Be a Hunger Hero - Tyson Hunger Relief I have to say that in our house, we always keep Tyson chicken nuggets in our freezer. Its a staple in our weekly menu and the kids love them. What I also love is finding great programs offered by companies partnering with Champions for Kids. And Tyson Foods is doing just that!

Champions for Kids makes it simple to give kids in your community the resources they need to thrive!

I know I shop at Sam’s Club frequently, and its where I stock up the freezer anyhow. But through September 1st, for each 5-pound bag of Tyson chicken nuggets sold, {at Sam’s Club} Tyson Foods will donate 4-oz of protein to the Champions for Kids Hunger Heroes project {up to 308,000 meals}. How much easier can it get to help kids in need by shopping for what we’d had on our grocery list anyhow? #ad: Tyson Chicken Nuggets #HungerHeroes Plus, ya’ll know a great part of shopping at Sam’s Club is the food demonstrations! The kids were so happy to sample great Tyson chicken while we picked up our nuggets last weekend. Sam’s Club will be having more Tyson Foods demo’s for you to enjoy as well as a $2 instant member savings on Tyson chicken nuggets during August 29-31st. Are they making it easy for you to be a Hunger Hero or what?

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Photo Credit: Media photo of CFK group at Fayetteville, Ark. at “Be a Hunger Hero” event.

Busy next weekend? No problem, because there are still a couple other ways to help if you don’t have a membership or a local Sam’s Club. And one way is to get online and participate in “Color for Hunger“! Get the kids involved {or just have some coloring fun yourself} with the Tyson Club facebook page or head straight to the Club Tyson Hunger Heroes website and “Color for Hunger”! Choose one of four Hunger Heroes coloring pages to complete online or by printing, and then upload it to the Club Tyson Hunger Heroes  to have your artwork contribute to feeding hungry kids. #ad: Be a Hunger Hero - Tyson Hunger Relief Another way to be a Hunger Hero is to hop over to the Tyson Hunger Relief website. There you’ll have an opportunity to find local hunger relief organizations and be able to post your involvement in the following:

  • Donate to a hunger relief organization 
  • Complete a service project

In addition, if your one of the first 2,500 hero’s to donate or complete the service project, Tyson will send you a free cone nugget dipper. #ad: Be a Hunger Hero - Tyson Hunger Relief See? I told you it was just that easy to help! Plus if you do get out to buy the 5-pound bag of Tyson chicken nuggets think of all the great things you can make with them! We love buying in bulk for the savings alone. But it also gives us an opportunity to get creative too. #ad: Be a Hunger Hero - Tyson Hunger Relief One way we love to make breakfast {or brunch} a bit easier is to create chicken nugget & waffle sandwiches. Toss in some fruit, a few tater-tots and some pancake syrup and my kids are happier then butter on a biscuit! Really…this is so easy to make since all the major components {nuggets, waffles, and tater-tots} are frozen items. #ad: Be a Hunger Hero - Tyson Hunger Relief And there you have it! By keeping my kids happy at home, I’m also keeping another child’s belly full elsewhere. And that is a win/win in my book! Make sure to stop by for your own Tyson chicken nuggets or spread the word to family and friends to become a Hunger Hero too! Together, we can all help give more then 300,000 children a full belly.

Want to know more about Champions For Kids? You can find them on facebook and online at {http://championsforkids.org}. While you can find all the Hunger Heroes goodies I’ve mentioned here as well as more Club Tyson Hunger Heroes program information on TwitterFacebook and its Club Tyson Hunger Heroes website.

Additional media photo information: Champions For Kids group consists of: (adults from left to right) Justin Dickson, Drew Childers, Jennifer Watts, a Sam’s Club employee, Tamara Ash, Cathy Cooper, Ivy LaClair, Chris Magness; (children left to right) Julia Watts, Charley Childers, and John Tyler Watts.  

Roasted Beanz: Social Fabric Member BadgeI am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias®  and their client. As always, my thoughts – opinions – and overall enthusiasm are my own. Thank you. #HungerHeroes #cbias #SocialFabric


  1. says

    What a great program! So many children are going hungry it is fantastic that Tyson is championing such a generous program.

    I suddenly want chicken and waffles……

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