Kroger Shares Impact of Zero Hunger Zero Waste Milestone

Good News Notes: “The Kroger Co announced that it surpassed its three-year goal to donate one billion meals by 2020 through its Zero Hunger | Zero Waste initiative, the company’s bold social impact plan aimed at creating communities free of hunger and waste. Of the one billion meals, more than 30 million meals were donated…

Ravens owner donates $1 million to Maryland Food Bank

Good News Notes: “The owner of the Baltimore Ravens is stepping up to help the citizens of the city his team calls home. The Stephen and Renee Bisciotti Foundation donated $1 million to the Maryland Food Bank in an effort to support those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Maryland Food Bank president and CEO Carmen…

Dallas Cowboy Ezekiel Elliott Raises Money for Charity With Food T-Shirts

Good News Notes: “Famous for his “feed me” celebration on the football field, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is now raising funds to help feed people in need during the coronavirus pandemic. Over the weekend, Elliott announced via Twitter that he would donate 100% of proceeds of sales from his merchandise line to the North Texas…

Here’s How Lisa Dyson’s Startup Is Reducing World Hunger AND Combating Climate Change

Good News Notes: “Lisa Dyson combined her discovery of microbes that convert CO2 into nutrients with space-age technology developed by NASA during the 1960’s. The result is  Air Protein, which mimics nature’s conversion of carbon dioxide into food sources. If you’re thinking gooey, unappetizing compounds served in foil packets, think again. Lisa’s technology might be based on…

A box full of blessings

Good News Notes: “You may have seen little free libraries, where one can pick up a book from a freestanding box that sits in front of one’s yard, while also leaving one behind. Now imagine if there’s a kind of box that had food and clothing inside. It’s now a reality at Holy Family Catholic…

Orlando Magic’s Champions of the Community Partners Team Up to Fight Hunger with Volunteer Project at Second Harvest Food Bank

Good News Notes: “Central Florida cities are among the fastest growing in the United States largely because of the work the region’s biggest, most successful companies are doing – both independently and collectively. Just like it is in basketball or any other team-oriented sport, good teamwork significantly helps – not only from a business perspective…