If you have cable or satellite television, one of the many choices you have as you peruse the myriad of channels is the Food Network. Perhaps cooking and travel is not your cup of tea, and you often bypass that channel in favor of one of the other entertainment and news options.
I'm going to give you a reason to tune into the Food Network on Saturday, April 14. I know this is not your typical Saturday night viewing, but there is an important program airing that weekend called Hunger Hits Home. The program, sponsored by Share Our Strength (SOS) and the Food Network, offers a firsthand view of a hidden crisis in our country: childhood hunger. The program is narrated by SOS national spokesperson Jeff Bridges The program is not just informational; it includes an urgent call to action.
SOS, through its NoKid Hungry campaign has created a special "event" on the Internet and social media to encourage people to tune in that evening.
In the world’s wealthiest nation, 16 million children go to bed hungry every night. Change begins with you — RSVP to watch Hunger Hits Home, a documentary presented by the Food Network in partnership with Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign.
This is your chance to learn firsthand about the burgeoning child hunger crisis and how you can make a difference. Please let us know you’ll join us for this premiere in the comfort of your own home and even invite your friends to come over and watch it with you.
Click here to RSVP
If you live in Albuquerque, as I do, the program will air at 6:00 p.m. Here is the timetable.
8:00 p.m. EST
7:00 p.m. CST
8:00 p.m. PST
6:00 p.m. MST
(Taken from Food Network Schedule for April 14)
If you have other plans that evening, there is always your trusty DVR or Tivo. But whether you watch it live or tape it, please do take time to view this program. And stay tuned for information about follow-up actions.