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December
2006

Menu for Hope

Menu for Hope

Menu for Hope is the brilliant charity program organized by food blogger Chez Pim, meant to bring food lovers together in support of a worthy cause. Last year it raised over $17,000 for UNICEF; this year, the money raised will support the United Nations World Food Programme. Pim explains this year’s selection best on the donation site: “To us Food Bloggers, food is a joy. On our blogs, we celebrate food as a delight and even an indulgence. Unfortunately, many others who share our world do not share that privilege. For them, food is a matter of survival. This “Menu for Hope” is our small way to help.”

There’s even something in it for those who donate. For each $10 you spend you get a raffle ticket for prizes offered by food bloggers around the world (we are very proud to say Keiko of Nordljus is offering Amai sweets this year). Help share the joy of food by supporting this worthy cause.

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ONE COMMENT SO FAR...

Debbie says on December 13th, 2006 at 4:33 pm:

What a great way to help others, especially at the holiday time. I will definitely make a contribution. Thanks for the tip.



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