outnumber Hunger BN

HAVE A QUESTION
ABOUT YOUR CODE?

WHERE'S THE CODE?

A code is located on the back or side panel of specially-marked General Mills products. See the participating brands below.

WHY DO I HAVE IDENTICAL CODES?

Some codes are identical, and it’s okay to enter one from each package you have.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

For every code you enter by January 31, 2016, we will donate 50¢ to Feeding America® – enough to secure 5 meals on behalf of local food banks. Maximum total donation of $1,200,000. We have already donated $500,000. We will donate up to an additional $700,000 based on online code entry and other consumer actions. Look for other ways to trigger donations at www.OutnumberHunger.com.

HOW DO I GET MORE CODES?

Get more codes by purchasing specially-marked packages of these participating brands. Return to www.OutnumberHunger.com to enter more codes and help Feeding America secure more meals for families in need.

BY WHEN DO I HAVE TO ENTER MY CODES?

All codes must be entered by January 31, 2016.

CAN I ENTER MORE THAN ONE CODE?

Up to 10 codes from participating General Mills brands can be entered per day, per person, per email address. If you have more than 10 codes from other participating General Mills brands, please come back another day to enter them.

HAVE A QUESTION
ABOUT YOUR CODE?

WHERE'S THE CODE?

A code is located on the top or side panels of specially-marked General Mills products. See the participating brands.

WHY DO I HAVE IDENTICAL CODES?

Some codes are identical, and it’s okay to enter one from each package you have.

DOES IT WORK?

*For every code from a specially marked product you enter online at www.outnumberhunger.com/SamsClub by January 31,2016, General Mills will donate $1.20 to Feeding America® — enough to secure 12 meals on behalf of local food banks. Maximum total donation to Feeding America from General Mills in conjunction with Sam's Club's promotions is up to $225,000, based on online code entry and other consumer actions through General Mills promotions with Sam’s Club. Look for ways to trigger donations at OutnumberHunger.com/SamsClub.

HOW DO I GET MORE CODES?

Get more codes by purchasing specially-marked packages of these participating brands. Return to www.outnumberhunger.com/samsclub to enter more codes and help Feeding America secure more meals.

BY WHEN DO I HAVE TO ENTER MY CODES?

All codes must be entered by January 31, 2016.

CAN I ENTER MORE THAN ONE CODE?

Up to 10 codes from participating General Mills brands can be entered per person, per email address, per day. If you have more than 10 codes from other participating General Mills brands, please come back another day to enter them.

hunger in america

In many ways, America is the land of plenty. But for 1 in 6 Americans, hunger is a reality. Right now, nearly 13 million families in America* are struggling with hunger. These are often hardworking families who simply cannot make ends meet and are forced to make difficult choices between paying for food, utilities, transportation, medical care and housing. To learn more, take a look below at the staggering facts from Feeding America®.

Hunger is a reality for more than 49 Million people in America

Together we can outnumber hunger

  • 1 IN 6 AMERICANS
    1 IN 6 AMERICANS

    One in six people struggle with hunger in America.

  • 13 MILLION
    13 MILLION

    Nearly 13 million families in America face hunger.

  • 5.4 MILLION
    5.4 MILLION

    Feeding America's network of member food banks serves 5.4 million individuals each week.

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  • 30 YEARS
    30 YEARS

    General Mills is a founding partner of Feeding America and has worked with its network of food banks for nearly 35 years.

  • 46 MILLION
    46 MILLION

    Feeding America is providing food to more than 46 million Americans each year.

A Closer Look at Hunger in the U.S.

This map shows the level of food insecurity in each state. The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as a lack of access, at times, to enough food for an active healthy life for all household members and limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate foods.

CLICK ON A STATE TO SEE HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE FOOD INSECURE IN THAT REGION.