Lauren Bush’s charity project, the FEED bags, are back in stock at http://www.ava.ph/.
Buying this bag will support the FEED Project’s mission to fight world hunger. Proceeds go to the United Nations World Food Programme’s (WFP) school feeding operations, which serve nutrient-packed meals to children in 74 countries worldwide.
Food gets kids energy to go to school and empower them to better their lives.
Made with sustainable materials, these eco bags are a great alternative to disposable paper and plastic bags, so you’ll help the environment as well.
The Feed 1 bag is large, roomy and reversible. Made of burlap on one side and white cotton on the other, sling it over your shoulder and you’re good to go. (Php 3,500)
Feed 2 is also reversible but comes with an extra shoulder strap you can sling across your body. Perfect for travelers who like to keep their stuff close by. (Php 5,500)
A must for book lovers, the Feed 3 bag is a partnership with Barnes & Noble. Revenues from its sales will provide three school lunches and three Room to Read children’s books for children in Nepal. (Php 1,600)
Feed 10 is a lightweight cotton tote packaged inside a little burlap bag. Each FEED 10 bag sold will provide 10 school meals to children through the United Nations World Food Programme’s School Feeding program. (Php 1,500)
Feed 100 is a perfect shopping tote that folds inside a zippered burlap pouch. Pop this inside your usual bag and say no to other shopping bags when you’re out. That, and you’ll be feeding 100 children through the program. (Php 1,750)
Get them now at http://www.ava.ph/.