The FEED project was started by Lauren Bush, Honorary Spokesperson, to benefit the United Nations World Food Programme. The proceeds from FEED products go to feed hungry children in school around the world through WFP’s school feeding program. WFP fed 21.7 million children in over 74 countries in 2005. Yet around 400 million kids in the world still go to bed hungry every night. Hunger and malnutrition kill more people than AIDS, malaria, and TB combined. In fact, every five seconds a child dies because he or she is hungry. The FEED project will raise awareness about child hunger as well as give an education, a full belly, and a brighter future to one hungry kid at a time!
One T-Shirt Feeds 100 kids!
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SIGG Water Bottles were incorporated into MoMA NY in 1993 for their beautiful shape and design. Produced from a single seamless piece of aluminum they are virtually unbreakable and 100% recyclable after their very long lives. The baked-on non-toxic inner lining accommodates orange juice, soda or water with no taste transfer and the metal leaves no aftertaste. The composition of the liner also reduces the chances of bacteria build-up.
SIGG Water Bottles exceed FDA requirements and have been thoroughly tested to ensure 0.0% leaching – so they are 100% safe. They come in over 150 designs, including child sizes and styles, and you can choose from a variety of interchangeable leak-proof caps.
SIGG Water Bottles are manufactured in an ecologically-friendly environment, and SIGG is a member of 1% For The Planet, committing 1% of all sales to environmental causes.