Giving Tuesday is Nov. 30. The day is spotlighted around the world as a reminder to do something good. Those who want to help feed hungry people around the world may want to check out Cooks Who Feed. The company ethically produces handcrafted aprons and for every apron sold, 100 meals are provided to the hungry.

Cooks Who Feed does this by sharing its profits with charity partners around the globe that recover surplus food to reduce food waste and provide hunger relief.

“World hunger is an alarmingly big issue, and it’s something that we can all help,” said Seema Sanghavi, founder of Cooks Who Feed. “Our entire mission is to help end world hunger and feed those in need. But we can only do it by people supporting what we do.”

To date, Cooks Who Feed has provided over 300,000 meals around the world. The organization has a goal of reaching 500,000 meals by the end of 2021.

For more information, visit https://cookswhofeed.com/.

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