WCCO Radio, Taste Of The NFL Team Up To ‘Kick Hunger’

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Forty-nine million people in America don’t know where their next meal will come from. So today, WCCO Radio and the Taste of the NFL are teaming up to end hunger.

This is the third annual “Let’s Kick Hunger Day” radiothon, which benefits Second Harvest Heartland and other Feeding America food banks through the Taste of the NFL.

All proceeds will go to feed those who rely on food banks.

Minnesota’s Second Harvest Heartland will receive 50 percent of the donation, with the other 50 percent going to food banks in other NFL cities around the country.

To make a donation, call 952-886-4376 or 877-866-4376 or visit www.letskickhungerday.com.


One Comment

  1. j speedbag 64 says:

    what….nobody ripping the nfl for helping the poor….wheres the haters today….

  2. Kevin says:

    Forty-nine million people in America don’t know where their next meal will come from

    Really? With all of our welfare programs…..and liberal money hand outs…..there are still 49 million people starving? We have 307 million people in the US…and nearly 50 million are starving? So I guess our liberal handouts are not working! I mean if 1 in 5 Americans are starving…….it has all been an epic fail!!!

    1. dhillips says:

      people are hungry thanks to repuplicancorporate raiders raping companies,slashing jobs,and pocketing millions

  3. Bill Clintons Cigar says:


    MN EBT cards are used in every state in the Nation and in 5 different countries. And you wonder why we are ranked 4th in the Nation for Income Tax.

    1. barrister says:

      So your answer is let the poor starve?

      1. Bill Clintons Cigar says:

        Not at all. I love paying the 4th highest income tax in the nation so our welfare can be enjoyed around the world. Dont you?

        1. barrister says:

          Doesnt bother me a bit if it helps people!

          1. goofball barrister says:

            You are a fool barrister.

        2. Me says:

          Ever hear of the working poor? Many people on food stamps have jobs.

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