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MOther's Day concert- The need to Feed

Updated: May 8, 2020

Eric the Trainer’s “Need To Feed” Mother’s Day Sing Along concert, presented by Quest Nutrition

WHEN: Mother's Day

Sunday May 10th

12pm EST / 3pm PST 


The “Need To Feed” concert will be streamed exclusively on Quest Nutrition’s Facebook page


During this time of crisis, the isolation breeds sadness and despair for many.  For what’s been missed the most during our quarantine is our collective sense of community, of being part of a greater whole.  And in times of darkness, we turn to the artists, the musicians, and the poets to motivate and inspire us through.  Notably, on Mother’s Day (a time when we come together to appreciate the women who ushered us into the world) let’s lend our hearts and voices to songs we all know and love.  And, let’s raise money help nourish those hit hardest in the COVID age.  As we donate our voices to song and our resources to food for others, let’s remind those waiting in long lines at our nation’s food banks that they’re members of our family, our community, and our world.  We are one.

Please consider donating - 10 meals for every dollar donated

from Feeding America:

How is it possible to provide at least ten meals with just one dollar?

Unlike walking into a grocery store and paying retail prices for food, Feeding America works directly with major manufacturers, retailers and other partners across the country to secure safe, healthy food that would otherwise go to waste. According to a ReFED study conducted in 2016, 72 billion pounds of food is wasted in America each year. Through our partnerships, Feeding America works to rescue this food before it’s wasted — making a difference for the people we serve and for the environment. Because of these successful partnerships, every dollar you donate to Feeding America helps secure and distribute at least 12 pounds of food — the equivalent of 10 meals — through our nationwide network of food banks.

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