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I have ALWAYS wanted to help with Habitat for Humanity. I think it sounds like such an awesome opportunity. Hard work? Yes. But, totally worth it. Can you imagine how good it would feel to have helped with something so awesome?!

We have such a cool opportunity coming up here in Utah. Libby’s is working with Habitat for Humanity and you can help them out with a food drive. Can you imagine how much this would mean to you if you were the one receiving the help?!

Libby’s believes the table is the heart of the home. However, many families are struggling to put food on the table for themselves and their children. To help families around the US, Libby’s is partnering with local Habitat for Humanity chapters to give families a place to enjoy a meal together and everything they need to make it happen.

Right now through 10/22 you can donate nonperishable items at 16 Fresh Market locations from Logan to Price and in Park City.

Habitat for Humanity Salt Lake City will complete 3 new/refurbished homes for less fortunate families this year.
To help these families get back to the table, Libby’s will provide each of the families that move into these homes with:
o   A pantry stocked with Libby’s products to make simple, easy meals for the family
o   A dining table for 6 to have a place to enjoy a meal together
o   Place settings for at least 6 family members

Libby’s is encouraging shoppers to stop by their local Fresh Market between now and Saturday, October 22 and donate their non-perishable items to help Habitat for Humanity families make mealtime a reality.

You can visit GetBacktotheTable for a variety of recipes and tips for making mealtime even easier!
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This is such a fantastic opportunity to bless someone else’s life. It’s especially a fantastic opportunity to get out there and teach your children that there are people struggling in our world and that we each should be reaching out to serve, care for and bless the lives of those around us. What better way to head into a month about “thanks” than to provide care to those who may be less fortunate.

*This is a campaign program with Libby’s and I was compensated to do this post, however all opinions are my own