Walmart’s Facebook campaign “Fighting Hunger Together” has inspired food banks all across the country to compete for the most votes, which could win them the top prize of 1 million dollars or one of 20 runner-up prizes of $50,000. This money could help food banks feed thousands and further the goal to fight hunger in America.
AArrow sign spinners helped Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee in the fight against hunger and flipped signs in the streets of Tennessee to help get votes for the “Fighting Hunger Together” competition. With the help of Jeremy Pickle and David Adams, Second Harvest Food Bank was chosen as one of the 20 runner-up areas to receive a $50,000 grant. This grant will help Second Harvest achieve their goal of providing enough food so that no one in Northeast Tennessee will go hungry.