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How to Change the World. {One meal at a time #WorldFoodDay}

This past week I shopped for special treats,  I fussed over pretty pastries to purchase and today I hosted a group of lovelies into our home for a get together.
All the while I am all too aware that shopping for goodies and layering pretty pastries on platters is a blessing. Having enough to hand around to a group of friends is something I am always grateful for.
Around here we value gathering. And of course food.  Both sustains us and brings us together. Ultimatly the prosepects of growing fresh food and bringing people together is why we chose to move last year.
We moved to our fixer upper on the outskirts of town so that we could grow our own foods and so that we could rear our own chickens and so that ultimatly we could open our doors of our home to those we love to share community and meals together.
That’s precisely why World Vision’s #meaningfulmeals campaign is close to our hearts and why today #WorldFoodDay is a fabulous day to share more!
Through the month of October, like minded food and family lovers everywhere are signing up to host a meaningful meal in their homes.
It’s so simple to participate.
STEP 1: Host!
Simply host a meal or take a friend out for a treat. The point is to give back and to enjoy food together!
STEP 2: Donate!!
Do what you can! A little can go a long way when it’s put in the right places.  Donate to World Vision’s food work to help end the cycle of poverty.
STEP 3: Share!
Help build the movement by sharing your participation on social media with the hashtag #hungerfree and #MeaningfulMeal
For more information or to sign up to host a meaningful meal with the lovelies in your life visit Hungerfree.ca
I can’t wait to see what you come up with and can’t wait to share more of what I came up with!
Isn’t life more purposeful when we come together and show care?
By particiapting in a #MeaningfulMeal you’ll be doubling your giving. First with the lucky loves in your life through the time you share together and also in the lives of those who need it most.
“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

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