Rev. Larry Snyder, president of Catholic Charities USA, created his own cooking video as a way to build on the #FoodForAll campaign. He then sent out a challenge to others to do the same before November 27 - including a special invitation to Rev. David Beckmann, president of Bread for the World, to participate in the #ShareYourPlate challenge. With the help of the help of two young anti-hunger activists, Elizabeth Quill and Margaret Hudak, prepared this video.
Rev. Beckmann then challenged travel writer Rick Steves, community food systems expert Sharon Thornberry, and Bread for the members and anti-hunger activists around the country to create a cooking video or post a photo at #ShareYourPlate via their Twitter or Facebook page and tag @bread4theworld,
Participants are urged to share a virtual meal and help bring awareness to the problem of hunger.
By sharing a cooking video, the #ShareYourPlate campaign reminds us that food is something we all share. Read More in Bread Blog
Folllow the challengers on Twitter: @DavidBeckmann
|@Fr_Larry_Snyder Father Larry Snyder, Catholic Charities, converses with Bread board member John Carr|
|@RickSteves Travel writer/TV host Rick Steves chats with Bread board chair Sandra Joireman|
|@OFB_SharonT Community food activist and Bread board member Sharon Thornberry (center) consults with Bread western region organizers Matt Newell-Ching and Robin Stephenson|