Recipe of the Month with Katie Workman

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This month’s recipe for stuffed peppers is easy to make, affordable and kid-approved. It comes from author and hunger hero Katie Workman.

Katie Workman’s popular website features recipes for busy home cooks, and offers a lot of cooking know-how info to help readers feel more confident in the kitchen.

Katie has written for many publications including¬†The Washington Post¬†and¬†The Wall Street Journal‚ÄĒand is a member of No Kid Hungry's Leadership Council.

Stuffed Peppers


6 large bell peppers, any color

1/2 pound ground turkey, preferably 85% lean / 15% fat

1/2 pound mild or hot turkey sausage, casings removed

1 onion, finely chopped

1 cup zucchini, small-diced

1 1/2 cups cooked and cooled rice (white or brown or any rice blend)

1 cup tomato sauce, divided

1/4 cup fresh parsley, chopped

1 tablespoon fresh basil, chopped or 1 teaspoon dried basil

1 teaspoon sugar

1 teaspoon kosher salt

1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

1 cup shredded cheese, preferably Monterey Jack


Cut the tops off the peppers and remove seeds and membranes from inside. Preheat the oven to 350¬įF. Spray a 13 x 9 baking dish with nonstick spray, or lightly oil the dish.

Heat a large skillet over medium high heat. Add the ground turkey, turkey sausage and onion, and stir occasionally for about 8 minutes, until the meat is browned and crumbly, breaking it up with a spoon as you go. Drain the turkey mixture in a colander and return the meat to the skillet over medium high heat. Add the zucchini and rice and cook, stirring occasionally, for another 3 minutes, until everything is very well combined. Stir in 1/2 cup of the tomato sauce, parsley, basil, sugar, salt and pepper.

Stuff the mixture into the 6 peppers, dividing it evenly and packing them full but not too tightly. Place the stuffed peppers upright into the prepared baking pan (tips on keeping peppers upright). Spoon the remaining 1/2 cup tomato sauce evenly over the filling, and sprinkle the tops evenly with the shredded cheese.

Cover the peppers loosely with aluminum foil. Bake, covered, for 45 minutes. Uncover and bake for 15 minutes longer, or until the peppers are tender and the cheese is golden brown. Let stand for 10 minutes before serving, on a platter or individual plates.

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Pushone Charitable Box of the Month Is For The March Of Dimes

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For the month of March the Pushone Charitable Box is for the March Of Dimes Foundation. With each purchase of the Pushone Charitable Box, Pushone will make a donation the March Of Dimes.

You too can make a difference in 2021! Here’s your chance to lift up your community for health equity, open the door for all moms to have access to care and protect the health of families by pushing for their rights. Join March for Babies: A Mother of a MovementTM as a team captain to take action for all families throughout their pregnancy journey. You’ll help March of Dimes raise critical funds to continue research, programs, support and advocacy so all moms and babies get the best possible start.

The money you raise could:

Support mobile health units that provide quality health care services to 2,000 uninsured and under-insured women each year.

Fund critical programs to prepare women for childbirth and families to care for a newborn during the pandemic.

Fight for women of color who are up to 50 percent more likely to give birth preterm and whose children face up to a 130 percent higher infant death rate.

Take action today to make a difference for families in your community now and for generations to come.

Take care,

Your March for Babies Team

P.S. Check out even more fundraising tools and tips on our March for Babies Tools page.


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Here's 8 Powerful Immune - Boosting Superfoods

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Your body’s immune system is your best defense against getting sick.  In fact, the primary role of your immune system is to safeguard your body against dangerous invaders, such as germs, bacteria, and viruses that can lead to catching a cold, flu or worse. 

Just like a warrior’s shield, your immune system guards against harmful attackers because it’s your immune system that is fortified with powerful cells that are well-known to kill infecting microbes -- keeping your system strong and healthy. 

This means supporting your immune system is essential to your health.

Great support for your immune system starts with you. Similar to a car; if you don’t service it regularly, it’s not going to reliably keep you safe and get you where you want to go. The same applies to the body. Like your car, you need essential foods and vitamins to support an effective immune system response.  


Your immune system needs to produce immune cells, which stack just like building a brick wall. To work effectively, your body needs to stack the correct balance of quality foods that can provide you with essential amino acids, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals to build a strong, virtually impenetrable immune system.

Here are 7 powerful foods that may support a healthy immune system:

1) Acerola Cherry

Acerola is a tree that grows in the tropical areas of the Western Hemisphere. It is commonly known as Barbados cherry, West Indies cherry, Caribbean cherry, Surinam cherry, or Acerola. 

More Vitamin C than an orange!

Acerola is famous for being exceptionally rich in vitamin C. Because of this, it is often used to prevent or help with flu or colds. The high vitamin C content is something that makes Acerola cherry essential. One single ripe berry of this fruit includes around 80 mg of vitamin C as compared to an orange, which contains 70 mg of vitamin C. 

Vitamin C is well-known to strengthen your immune system, and together with vitamin C, Acerola makes for an excellent food for immune system support. This percentage of vitamin C in raw Acerola varies based on locality, season, climate, and ripeness -- and our farmers carefully consider all of these factors in order to send you the highest quality acerola powder. Ripe Acerola Cherry powder contains around 16% vitamin C. Acerola, and Vitamin C, has been proven to possibly support a healthy immune system response and reproduction of healthy cells in the body.

2) Turmeric

Turmeric is a rich, yellow-colored spice that is used in culinary dishes around the world. 

Turmeric is far more than just a delightful addition to your meal because it includes a robust inflammation balancing compound known as curcumin.  Researchers with the Journal of Clinical Immunology found that curcumin can activate the production of T-cells in the body. (2) These cells are lymphocyte immune cells that can protect your body from cancer cells and pathogens. They are essential for mediated immunity and the activation of immune cells to fight viruses and infection. 

That means consuming turmeric may help you in supporting your immunity. And this is all due to the antioxidant and inflammation-fighting properties of curcumin. (3)

Also, turmeric has been used for thousands of years in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Ayurveda to treat a variety of conditions. Scientists believe that the main reason why this spice is so powerful is its curcumin content. 

The curcumin compound of turmeric makes it a perfect fit for your immune system. Add 1 to 2 teaspoons to vegetables, meat, rice, and your favorite smoothies for a possible immune system boost. 

3) Astragalus

Astragalus is an herb that has been used in TCM for thousands of years. It has many health benefits, such as supporting a healthy inflammatory response, immune-boosting,  and anti-aging effects. Astragalus includes beneficial plant elements that may improve the immune system. 

Some evidence indicates that astragalus root extract may increase the production of white blood cells or healthy T-cells in the body. These are the cells of your immune system accountable for preventing disorders and diseases.

Overall, astragalus is an adaptogenic herb that may support the healthy response of the body to different stresses, including mental, physical, or emotional. It may possibly boost your immune system to fight and prevent viral and bacterial infections, such as the common cold. 

In addition, though no dosage recommendation exists, traditionally people have been known to take up 60g of astragalus root every day during the cold and flu season may provide great health benefits. 

4) Chaga Mushroom

Also called Inonotus Obliquus, Chaga is a mushroom that is found on birch trees in colder climates. Though it doesn’t look like a mushroom at first glance, Chaga Mushroom packs a punch when it comes to its possible health benefits. 

In animal studies, Chaga Mushrooms have been proven to boost the immune system by increasing the production of specific cells such as T-lymphocytes and interleukin. These cells help in regulating the immune system and ensure that your body is capable enough to fight against any invading viruses and bacteria.

Researchers with the Journal of Mycobiology show Chaga Mushroom may stimulate spleen lymphocytes. (4) These cells can have a direct positive impact on your immune system response. All in all, Chaga mushroom is an ideal source of immune-supporting phytochemicals. Consider adding Chaga mushroom food to soups, smoothies and recipes to experience its benefits.

5) Amla Fruit Powder

Amla fruit, also known as the Indian gooseberry, is an age-old immunity booster. Apart from being a healthful source of antioxidants, Amla Fruit Powder is enriched with micronutrients. Amla provides the purest state of vitamin C and may enrich you from within by possibly making your blood vessels thicker and more energetic. 

Additionally, Amla fruit powder may boost your immunity by stimulating the production of white blood cells in the body. These cells then help you fight diseases and infections more effectively. 

 6) Goji Berry 

Also called Lycium barbarum, goji berries are native to Asia. People have been using goji berry fruit for over 2,000 years as a dietary supplement and medicinal herb. Goji berries include healthy antioxidants, which are well-known for their immune-boosting properties. Antioxidants also have the strength to fight unfavorable free radicals as well as inflammation. 

Moreover, goji berries include large amounts of vitamin A and vitamin C, like other berries, such as raspberries and blueberries. Both vitamins A and C are essential for boosting immunity and preventing diseases, ranging from colds to cancer.

All of the above attributes like antioxidants, vitamin A, and vitamin C make goji berries a nutritionally dense superfood. You’ll love snacking on a handful of goji berries every day, or add them to desserts, salads, or smoothies and enjoy these amazing benefits. 

7) Maitake Mushroom

Also known as Dancing Mushroom, Maitake Mushroom grows deep in the hills of northeastern Japan. It is a big mushroom - about the size of a basketball. Maitake is a highly-researched medicinal mushroom. The active compound of the mushroom is - beta-glucan, which is a polysaccharide. Researchers found that beta-glucans improve immune defense by stimulating boosting natural killer (NK) cell function. (5)

Maitake Mushrooms help your body in producing more natural killer cells. These are white blood cells that carry out the maximum capabilities of the immune system. 

Overall, Maitake mushrooms have been proven to have a significant effect on the immune system and may be helpful for those facing chronic fatigue syndrome.

8.) Nutritional Yeast Flakes 

Our Red Star Nutritional Yeast flakes not only taste great, but they may also support a healthy immune system response. An inactive yeast, our yeast flakes are made specifically for its valuable vegan nutrition profile; containing over 50% protein and rich in B vitamins and minerals.

Researchers with the Department of Urology, University of Michigan Medical Center found that people who ate yeast got a cold and flu less often than those who did not. (1)  Often used in soups, salads, casseroles, and gravies, or sprinkled on popcorn, our nutritional yeast flakes give a deliciously cheesy taste and are especially great for vegan and vegetarian diets. 

Enjoying these powerful immune-boosting superfoods may strengthen your immune system and just might enhance your ability to fight off infections. 

If you’re someone who frequently catches a cold or lives a high-stress lifestyle, these natural immune-boosting foods may be exactly what you are looking for.


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No Kid Hungry Update

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Hope on the horizon for hungry children

After a grueling year of hunger, we're finally seeing early signs of hope. President Biden's COVID relief proposal and a series of executive orders add up to swift, immediate action to address our nation's hunger crisis. But there's more work to be done before we can declare victory.

Observing Black History Month

This February, we're celebrating stories about the the instrumental role people of color have played in pioneering solutions and providing leadership in the fight to end hunger and poverty.

Be sure to check out our blog this month for stories from some of the No Kid Hungry campaign’s Black staff members about their own experiences with childhood hunger and why the work of feeding kids matters to them. Our first blog post is by Ervin Bishop, who works for better national nutrition programs as federal advocacy manager for No Kid Hungry.


ADD PASSION AND STIR: Billy Shore on Biden's Hunger Plan and Kwame Onwuachi on Race and Rebuilding

In this special edition of his Add Passion and Stir podcast, Billy Shore explores the Biden Administration's commitment to addressing the hunger crisis, and hosts a return visit with Chef, Restaurateur and Hunger Hero Kwame Onwuachi.

In his memoir¬†Notes from a Young Black Chef¬†Onwuachi says ‚ÄúI try to speak my mind and speak truthfully. There are a lot of people who share similar stories and when they hear someone being vocal about it, it lets them know that they‚Äôre not alone.‚ÄĚ

‚ÄúWe as a country have had this narrative that when people struggle, it‚Äôs because of a lack of personal responsibility and bad choices. When a child born in a certain county has a life expectancy shorter than that of Cambodia, that‚Äôs not because that infant is making a bad choice. It‚Äôs because we as a society are making bad choices about healthcare, education and jobs,‚ÄĚ says Kristof.

You Can Help Feed Hungry Kids Every Day

You care. Why not help every day by joining No Kid Hungry’s monthly giving program? Each month, your generous donation will go into action to get food to kids who might otherwise go without. 

Donate by February 28, and the Arby’s Foundation will donate an extra $50 for each new monthly donor, up to $50,000.


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How Food Banks And Food Pantries Get Their Food

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December 9, 2020
by Paul Morello

Food banks distribute a lot of food. The Feeding America network of food banks has distributed more than 4 billion meals to our neighbors since the beginning of the COVID pandemic. As we continue the fight against hunger in the United States, food banks will need to provide millions more meals to meet the increased need.   

But, where do food banks get all that food and what can you do to help? From individual food drives to farmers, as well as federal programs, there are three main ways food banks get food to feed their communities. 

1. Food is donated to food banks 

Most of the food that reaches struggling families is donated to food banks by people, businesses, and farmers. Food donations can come from: 

  • Food drives.¬†An important source of high-quality, shelf-stable items,¬†food drives provide flexibility for food banks¬†as the food received can be distributed immediately or stored until needed. Food drives are started by individuals, families, church groups, companies, businesses, and more.¬†
  • Farmers.¬†Many food banks have relationships with¬†local farmers¬†‚Äď from small urban gardens to sprawling rural operations ‚Äď which donate a portion of their crop to the food bank. These donations help food banks provide healthy foods to our neighbors who may not otherwise have access to fresh produce. These relationships are also¬†a critical part of fighting food waste¬†by providing farmers and growers with an option to donate excess produce.¬†
  • Companies and local businesses.¬†Large and small food businesses, restaurants, and bakeries donate food to food banks. These donations can be big ‚Äď a truckload of milk ‚Äď or smaller ‚Äď a few boxes of extra bread from a local bakery. Donations from these groups include everything from dairy products to canned goods or even meat products. ¬†

Want to make a food donation to your local food bank? Check out what’s best to donate and what you should avoid.  

2. Food banks purchase food 

Sometimes, food banks may purchase the items their neighbors need but aren’t donated regularly, such as fresh produce and dairy. In many cases, food banks purchase this food at much lower prices than what we spend at the grocery store so donated dollars can turn into more meals. Purchasing also means food banks can be flexible to address needs specific to their communities like culturally or medically specific diets. 

Find your local food bank and make a monetary donation now to ensure they have the support needed to provide food for our neighbors facing hunger throughout the year. 

3. Food banks receive food from federal programs 

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) provides billions of meals to our neighbors facing hunger each year. The USDA purchases food from farmers and provides the food to food banks for distribution in their communities. The USDA’s programs are one of the most reliable sources of food for food banks, providing 1.7 billion meals in 2020. 

Unfortunately, food banks could lose 50% of the food ‚Äď or 850 million meals - from the USDA in early 2021. ¬†At a time when so many people are facing hunger, any decrease in food support to food banks will be devastating. ¬†

Want to get involved? Tell your members of Congress that food banks need an increase in USDA food to help our neighbors facing hunger. 

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We Are So Grateful For Your Support It Makes All The Difference

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Written by Tianna Kelly, National Alliance to End Homelessness

The holidays are now officially upon us, and with them comes the opportunity to reflect on what makes us feel truly grateful.  

This year, we are especially grateful for you.  

The past twelve months have brought a slew of challenges that none of us expected. Through it all, you’ve been there, continuing to support our neighbors who need it most. We at the Alliance are so thankful for your partnership, which allows us to keep doing the work we do. 

We are also thankful for the opportunity to serve. Being part of a community of people who know that ending homelessness is not only possible, but necessary, and who work hard to make that goal a reality, makes us so appreciative.  

Finally, now especially, we are grateful for a place to call home. This year has underscored the importance of a safe, secure place to call home. Home has become the place where we work, learn, and entertain ourselves. 

Home is what keeps us safe. 

Yet, the more than 567,000 people experiencing homelessness today have faced the year’s many challenges without a safe place to retreat to, and will spend the holidays facing even greater uncertainty.

The Alliance has spent this year working hard to minimize the pandemic’s impact on people experiencing homelessness, to reduce the number of people who become homeless due to lasting economic uncertainty, and to try to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus among populations of people who are homeless. 

We have increased our focus on racial equity, working hard to understand the disparities in homelessness so we can help reduce them.  

And we have worked to reduce rates of homelessness among families with children, veterans, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and people with disabilities. 

We couldn’t have done any of it without you.  

Despite the deep commitment of providers, systems leaders, and advocates in communities across the country, this year has been an especially tough one on people experiencing homelessness. We are committed to ending homelessness for all, and we’re so grateful to know that you are, too.   

Your friendship and support make all the difference in the world. We wish you and your loved ones a Happy Holidays! 

The purchase of Pushone Charitable Box of the Month help to fight Homelessness in the United States.


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October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to help spread awareness and raise money for the cause the Pushone charitable box for the month is for the Susan G. Komen foundation.  

Did you know that breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, targeting one in eight women over a lifetime? According to NBC4 community partner American Cancer Society, it is expected there are nearly 270,000 new breast cancer cases in the country in 2020. 

Early detection is key for combating breast cancer.  The American Cancer Society’s recommendations for early detection of breast cancer for women of average risk include:

  • Ages 40-44: Women should have the option to start screening with a mammogram every year.
  • Ages 45-54: Women should get a mammogram every year.
  • Women age 55 and older can switch to a mammogram every other year or choose to continue annual mammograms.¬†

Although there is no sure way to prevent breast cancer, there are things you can do to lower your risk:

  • Get to and stay at a healthy weight:¬†Both increased body weight and weight gain as an adult are linked with a higher risk of breast cancer after menopause. The American Cancer Society recommends you stay at a healthy weight throughout your life.¬†
  • Be physically active:¬†Moderate to vigorous physical activity is linked with lower breast cancer risk, so it‚Äôs important to get regular physical activity, including at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity each week.
  • Avoid or limit alcohol:¬†Alcohol¬†increases risk of breast cancer. Even low levels of alcohol intake have been linked with an increase in risk.¬†
  • Eat fruits and vegetables:¬†Many studies have suggested that a diet high in vegetables and fruit, and low in red meat, can reduce the risk of cancer.
  • Other factors that might lower risk:¬†Women who choose to breastfeed for at least several months may also get an added benefit of reducing their breast cancer risk.
  • Using¬†hormone therapy after menopause can¬†increase¬†your risk of breast cancer. To avoid this, talk to your health care provider about non-hormonal options to treat menopausal symptoms.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to help spread awareness and raise money for the cause a selection of brands have offered their support.

For more information on breast cancer early detection, risk factors, treatment, recovery or free patient support, call the American Cancer Society anytime at 800-227-2345 or visit and

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Super Berry Bowl Smoothie - With Coconut And Chia Seeds

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Here’s a delicious and easy-to-make smoothie recipe using the new Organic Freeze-Dried Super 8 Berry Blend.

Dark Berries are Nutritious and Loaded with Antioxidants

Not only is this possibly the healthiest berry smoothie you’ll ever enjoy, but it's perfect for a healthy breakfast to fuel your workout and your entire day! Making it perfect for your pre-workout routine of Pushing to be the best version of you. 

It’s also great for lunch, dinner, a snack, or anywhere in between.

That’s because this Super Berry Bowl is made with a freeze-dried berry mix featuring eight of the most nutrient-rich berries on earth. It tastes so good and it's good for you too.

Naturally sweet, sour, and delightfully tart

The organic berries in the blend are organic, freeze-dried, and powdered, preserving all the vital nutrition - letting you enjoy this amazing nutrition year-round. The berries in the blend include acai berry, goji berry, maqui berry, blueberry, blackberry, strawberry, red raspberry, and acerola cherry. 

Here's what you need and how to make this fantastic berry bowl:

  • Bananas: Ideally frozen bananas since they are naturally super sweet and creamy.¬†
  • Almond Milk: You need some kind of liquid to get things moving along while blending. Almond milk can be added for an extra protein boost (feel free to add any of your favorite milk).¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†
  • Honey: To enhance sweetness. If you are satisfied with the banana's sweetness, no need to add honey.
  • Berries: Fresh berries can be added to the recipe to increase thickness and texture.

Ingredients for your smoothie:

  1. 4 Tbsp of Organic Super 8 Berry Blend
  2. 1 Tsp of Honey
  3. ¬Ĺ Cup of Almond Milk (or any milk)
  4. 2 Frozen Bananas

Delicious Toppings:

  1. Coconut Granola Clusters 
  2. Organic Black Chia Seeds
  3. Organic Almonds (Chopped)
  4. Organic Shredded Coconut
  5. Fresh Fruits (of your choice)


  1. In a high-speed blender, add frozen bananas, almond milk, honey, and Super 8 Berry Blend.
  2. Start blending on low speed till all frozen bananas are broken up.
  3. Continue blending at high speed until a smooth paste.
  4. Pour smoothie into a bowl and top with all your favorite toppings.
  5. Best enjoyed it immediately.

We hope you enjoy this healthy and refreshing smoothie today!

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September Is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

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When is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month?

September was designated Childhood Cancer Awareness Month to bring awareness to childhood cancer, which remains the leading cause of death by disease for children under the age of 14.

St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats, and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

To give back Pushone will be making a donation to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital for every Pushone Box sold on our website in the month of September. 


Childhood Cancer Awareness Month facts: What Makes St. Jude unique

43 Children in the US are diagnosed with cancer every day. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to more than 80% since we opened more than 50 years ago. And we won’t stop until no child dies from cancer. St. Jude creates more clinical trials for childhood cancer than any other children's hospital in the U.S. 

Worldwide, at least 300,000 children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer each year. 

Our global initiative with the World Health Organization aims to cure at least 60% of children with six of the most common cancers by 2030. To further advance cures, we freely share our research worldwide through data-sharing and analysis resources. Every child saved at St. Jude means thousands more are saved in your community and around the world. 

Approximately 10% of children with cancer develop the disease because they inherited a genetic mutation. St. Jude works to uncover these mutations and increase the chances of early detection and treatment. We are finding out why some cancers run in families and why certain people get more than one cancer.

More than 95% of childhood cancer survivors have significant treatment-related health issues. 

About 420,000 adults in the U.S. are childhood cancer survivors. Our groundbreaking survivorship studies provide a greater understanding of the long-term effects of pediatric cancer treatment and help researchers develop novel therapies to minimize those late effects.

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The Starkey Hearing Foundation - Giving The Gift Of Hearing

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Vivid Pods is excited to be partnering with the Starkey Hearing Foundation. Who gives the gift of hearing to people in need in the U.S. and around the world. We along with Starkey Hearing Foundation believe hearing is a vehicle to reflect caring and to improve the lives of individuals, their families, and communities.

Their Story - As a young man, William F. Austin, founder of Starkey Hearing Foundation, realized his true calling in life was helping people hear, and that by doing so, he could have a lasting impact on the world.

For more than 50 years, Austin has been providing the gift of hearing to people in need, and to formalize the philanthropic efforts of Starkey Hearing Technologies, he officially founded Starkey Hearing Foundation in 1984. He had a simple premise: "Alone we can't do much. Together we can change the world."

Mr. Austin built the organization on his vision‚ÄĒSo the World May Hear. With the help of thousands of volunteers and supporters over the last three decades, we have expanded our reach from Minnesota across the United States and around the world.

Starkey Hearing Foundation’s mission is to give the gift of hearing to those in need, empowering them to achieve their potential

By collaborating with governments, non-government organizations, and health leaders, our goal is to make hearing healthcare services more accessible to people around the world.

Today the foundation continues to travel the globe helping people in need, and to date have given the gift of hearing in more than 100 countries. We at Vivid Pods look forward to helping grow our cause of Giving Back by donating a percentage of each of our sales the foundation.

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