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One in ten people face hunger. Chunky Sacks Hunger is fueled to help “sack” these numbers through awareness and providing much needed donations across local communities.
*$1 helps provide at least 10 meals secured by Feeding America on behalf of local member food banks.
For over 25 years, Campbell’s® Chunky® has answered the call to fight food insecurity through our charitable work in local communities. Chunky Sacks Hunger strives to “sack” food insecurity by continuing to spotlight this issue and provide food and other necessities to fuel partner communities across the United States.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic food insecurity soared in America. Currently, more than 34 million people in the United States live in food-insecure households**. View the map to see where we’re showing up with partner teams this season. To learn more facts about hunger, visit Feeding America.
**Source: Feeding America
Throughout the NFL Season, Chunky has teamed up with our Soup Squad to donate meals* and serve local communities. Scroll through our recent events to see where we’ve been and follow us on Instagram and Twitter to stay up to date on our donation progress.
This season, Chunky Sacks Hunger set out to donate 1 million meals. We’re proud to have surpassed our efforts and donate 1.1 million meals to partner NFL communities across the country. Thank you to our teams and Soup Squad members for the partnership and continued support.
Bears Safety Eddie Jackson and fellow teammates joined Chunky Sacks Hungerto donate 100,000 meals to the Greater Chicago Food Depository in December.
Detroit Lions linebacker Alex Anzalone and mom Judy joined were on-site at Forgotten Harvest to help pack meal kits just in time for the holiday season.
Sam Hubbard helped sack hunger ahead of the holidays through a drive-thru meal donation event with Chunky Sacks Hunger, Bengals teammates, and the Freestore Foodbank.
Eagles Defensive Tackle Jordan Davis teamed up with Chunky Sacks Hunger to volunteer at Philabundance and learn about the work they’re doing in the Philadelphia community to fight food insecurity. While there, Davis helped announce a donation of 100,000 meals to the organization.
Ravens Defensive Lineman Calais Campbell joined Chunky Sacks Hunger at the Maryland Food Bank to donate 100,000 meals* and help sort food donations.
Seahawks Linebacker Jordyn Brooks and his family joined Chunky Sacks Hunger to donate food products to Plymouth Housing. For every sack the team records this season, Chunky will donate 1,000 additional products to the organization.
De’Vondre Campbell of the Green Bay Packers took time to help out at Paul’s Pantry. Campbell and the Chunky Sacks Hunger team stocked shelves and donated 5,000 products to the organization.
Titans Safety Kevin Byard and his wife, Clarke, teamed up with Chunky Sacks Hunger to volunteer and donate 5,000 products to the Bridge Ministry, a local organization serving the Nashville community.
The New York Giants, Outside Linebacker Kayvon Thibodeaux, and his mother joined Chunky Sacks Hunger at the Community FoodBank of New Jersey for a day of giving back. The team helped pack boxes of food, as well as donated 100,000 meals to help fight hunger in the area.
Chunky and the Los Angeles Rams stopped by the Salvation Army Inglewood to deliver 2,000 cans of soup ahead of NFL Kickoff. The gift is part of a larger donation of 100,000 meals to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
To help sack hunger this NFL Season, we’re partnering with defensive players who are champions both on the field and in their local communities.
Follow our progress all season long on Campbell’s Chunky social: