Indianapolis, IN (PressExposure) October 14, 2013 -- It is hard to imagine that even one child in America wonders if there will be enough food for breakfast. According to "Child Hunger in America" it happens in nearly every community.
According to their website, "World Food Day offers the opportunity to strengthen national and international solidarity in the struggle against hunger, malnutrition and poverty and draw attention to achievements in food security and agricultural development." A network of 450 organizations have taken action in their own ways to showcase models of success in food security and to highlight what more needs to be done. Building on the success of the first 30 years, this World Food Day network is collaborating in new and innovative ways to make ending hunger a priority for all.
Families who never imagined they would need help from local pantries or food banks now stand in line to help put food on their tables. Shuttered plants, layoffs, foreclosed homes, and hunger are all linked. Rob Jackson, President of Magnovo Training Group, took an impassioned look at the problem and created Wagon Builders team building workshop to partner with corporations to solve hunger and give back to their communities. In this unique team building activity, teams will tackle several problem-solving challenges to emphasize the importance of working together to overcome - just like in the office!
Teams build shiny new wagons for kids, and fill them with the kind of food that makes kids thrive. Companies can help the people who need it most through this team building event that makes their team feel good, and fills a desperate need in the community.
Having enough food to eat can change children's lives, the way they feel about themselves, how they do in school, and the family's chances of surviving as a unit. A philanthropic team building event that donates food to the local community supports corporate social responsibility while providing a meaningful and memorable event.