We are embarking on a mission to feed children around the world.
After having our son, Jackson, our priorities completely shifted to making sure that all of his needs are met. That includes providing him with nutritious meals each and every day. It's probably safe to assume that every parent would want the same for their children. I can't image the heartbreak of not being able to provide a meal for your children when they ask for food. Sadly, that is the reality for too many people in our country and around the world. It is far too common to hear about refugee crises, migrant caravans and families that are not able to provide for their children. Unfortunately it is also too easy to feel overwhelmed and helpless. But we refuse to become numb to these stories.
At Odin Parker, we are small family business. And when I say small, I mean TINY. We are a husband and wife running this thing out of our home and each order placed on the shop, makes our day! But no matter how small, we can do our part to help children. We have been incredibly blessed to see all of your support for our small business week after week.
We feel that it is our responsibility to give back.
We're incredibly excited to launch an initiative to help feed children around the world. We want to invest in a future without childhood hunger. That is why every purchase on our shop will help provide meals to children in need. When you browse through our website, you will see a number of meals associated with each product. This will let us know how many meals we can donate based on your purchases. Make sure to come back and check on the progress!
Thank you for following our journey and supporting our small business!!!
THE HARD FACTS
"Every day, too many men and women across the globe struggle to feed their children a nutritious meal. In a world where we produce enough food to feed everyone, 821 million people – one in nine – still go to bed on an empty stomach each night. Even more – one in three – suffer from some form of malnutrition."
-World Food Programme
of all global child deaths under 5 are linked to malnutrition.
-World Health Organization
children in America are estimated to live in households that lack the means to get enough nutritious food on a regular basis.
"If you can't feed 100 children, then feed just one."