Hunger Action Month is a nationwide awareness campaign during the month of September designed to mobilize the public to take action on the issue of hunger. The United Nations Association of San Diego is endorsing Feeding San Diego’s campaign locally in recognition of the hunger-relief organization’s alignment with the U.N. Sustainable Development Goalsspecifically No Hunger (SDG#2), Climate Action (SDG#13) and Partnerships (SDG#17).   



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GO ORANGE for Hunger Action Month! Wear orange – the color of hunger. Post pictures to social media; tag @feedingsandiego, hashtag #HungerActionMonth 
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Create a fundraising page and inspire friends and family to get involved. 

Engage your staff by signing up for Teams for Good. 

Support a benefit campaign. 

Kids, chalk your block for Hunger Action Month.

Register to vote on September 22National Voter Registration Day. Every vote matters! 

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Why It Matters:  

Before the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic, one in eight people in San Diego County faced hunger, including one in six children. Now, due to school and business closures, job losses, rising food costs, disruptions to the food supply, and economic instability, we are seeing an estimated 50 percent increase in the need for food assistance — and the effects are devastating. 

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