It's been almost a year now that I've been participating in Foodie Pen Pals @TheLeanGreenBean. I got this awesome box of goodies from Anna @AnnaDishes:
The dried mango and Justin's candy bar were my favorite things in the box. Eva basically claimed the mango, and Garrett got a hold of the dark chocolate and cranberry bar-- so that was gone in minutes... but I did get to enjoy a bit of those two things! (And by a bit, I mean a very, very small amount!)
Check out the box I sent to Katrice @HighHeelsandGoodMeals!
It got me thinking how *lucky* we are in America to just mail packages of food across the country to one another. I mean, just look around us, there is food EVERYWHERE. Granted, a lot of it is super-processed, fast-food, garbage... but, it's food nonetheless.
Could you imagine living somewhere different? Where free rice could mean the difference between a meal or going to bed hungry?
I stumbled across Freerice.com -- it's a vocabulary game with a special reward-- for every answer you get right-- FreeRice donates 10 grains of rice to the World Food Programme.
Taken from the site:
Freerice is a non-profit website that is owned by and supports the United Nations World Food Programme.Freerice has two goals:
- Provide education to everyone for free.
- Help end world hunger by providing rice to hungry people for free.
I added the above button to my sidebar-- but I'm displaying it in this post for you as well. Head on over and put your English vocab skills to use for an amazing cause!