September is Hunger Action Month. One in six Americans are struggling with hunger and one of the ways you can help is by taking a spoon selfie. Put a spoon on your nose and snap a pic and post it up on social media with facts about hunger in the U.S. and be sure to use the #Spoontember hashtag.
Want to work in solidarity with others concerned about hunger? Go to feedingamerica.org and sign up for their ThunderClap for Hunger Action Day. ThunderClap offers activists the opportunity to make a magnified impact because it amplifies your message using the power of a crowd. When you join a ThunderClap campaign, you and your co-Clappers all tweet the same message at the same time, causing a ripple throughout the social media platforms. A deluge of tweets, Facebook and Tumblr posts are going to inform the public about the plight of the hungry in the U.S.
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I’ve found the most satisfying way for me to help during Hunger Action Month is a co-mingling of online awareness efforts and old-fashioned volunteering. Great phones and tablets can help you do both, so devise a plan for Hunger Action Month, using our codes.