Kellogg’s makes some of my favorite cereals out there. Frosted Mini Wheats, Frosted Flakes and so many more. I absolutely love them and my kids and I enjoy them several times a week.
Every years, National Breakfast Week happens between March 4 and March 8. But all year round, Kellogg’s helps to serve breakfast to kids and families that need the help. And it is so incredibly easy for you to help them too!
Just in time for the season of giving, Kellogg’s® and celebrity dad and actor Taye Diggs have partnered to share breakfast with children in need as part of the third consecutive Share Breakfast initiative. Starting today, families across the country can share a breakfast with a child in need by simply sharing a public service announcement featuring Diggs on ShareBreakfast.com. For each view, share and comment, Kellogg’s will share breakfast.
How awesome is that? And so so easy for all of us to help!
Now, look. It may seem like an easy thing for a child to get a hold of a simple bowl of cereal in this country. But the truth is, and we all know it, it is a lot harder than we think. I, for onem started life wondering where my next meal was going to come from. If it were not for others, I might not have eaten much at all.
So to participate and help Kellogg’s in this endeavor is simply an easy choice for me. In fact, I would think anyone could understand the need and appreciate Kellogg’s efforts.
Kellogg’s sent me a “community breakfast” pack so I could spread the word to my neighbors and friends. Unfortunately, it arrived right as everyone was headed out for Spring Break so I won’t be able to get everyone together until next week. But, I did take advantage of the fact that my neighbors kids were home – and probably starving to eat – and so I took breakfast to them and her and her dad. After all, no matter how old kids are or how much they are doing that day, they really need to have a healthy breakfast every morning!
It was a nice pre-set up for a breakfast I am going to do next week when everyone is back in school. And the boys were appreciative of the yummy cereals.
How do you share breakfast in your community? Be sure to head over to the website and share in any way you can to help Kellogg’s Share Breakfast with those who need it
- Watching and sharing the Great Start Videos on ShareBreakfast.com
- Sharing the public service announcement with friends
- Sharing your “share” on your Facebook page
- Posting on Twitter with the #ShareBreakfast
- Sharing and repining on Pinterest
**I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Kellogg’s. I received a product sample as well as a promotional item as a thank-you for participating. All opinions and writings are my own. Please see my Disclosure Statement for more information.**