A New Children’s Book To Inspire The Fight Against Hunger
About The Book
When Carter volunteers at the food bank for the first time, hunger takes on a personal note when she runs into one of her friends from school. After reading a book on how she can help fight against hunger, Carter goes on a journey through her community to do what she can and teach others how they can help, too!
EVERYBODY EATS OUT NOW! CELEBRATING THE OFFICIAL RELEASE SINCE NOVEMBER 17 2021
Jasmine Crowe is an award-winning social entrepreneur, a highly sought-after keynote speaker and author. After years of feeding people experiencing homelessness from her own kitchen, she founded Goodr in 2017, a tech company that combats hunger and food waste.
Jasmine is a proud alumna of North Carolina Central University. A resident of Atlanta, Georgia, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and being a new mom to her daughter Journey. She is an avid traveler who has visited more than 30 countries. Jasmine sits on several nonprofit boards and continues to use her time for good.
She was named by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the top 100 influential female founders and recognized on the Black Enterprise 40 Under 40 List.
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About The Illustrator
Nadia Fisher is a Washington, D.C., artist and illustrator who works digitally as well as in traditional watercolor. She strives to create art that is inclusive and meaningful.
When she is not drawing, she enjoys spending time with her family and binge watching shows on Netflix.
With the purchase of Everybody Eats you are helping feed a child in need!
In 2017, Jasmine Crowe created Neighborhood Eats – a program designed to fill the evening and weekend hunger gap for children who rely on free breakfast and lunch at school. As many as 13 million children in the United States live in "food insecure" homes.
In 2020, the global coronavirus pandemic drastically changed access to meals for millions, and the need for food became at an all-time high.
Proceeds from every book sold will be donated to programs that provide meals for children across the country.
If you have a program that provides free meals to youth, please contact us.
Becoming More Aware
SEPTEMBER 3: National Food Bank Day, is a time to help fight hunger in your community by donating food, funds or time to support Hunger Action Month.
OCTOBER 16: World Food Day celebrates the global progress made toward zero hunger and highlights the world's commitment to ending world hunger by 2030. It is an international day commemorating the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in 1945. The FAO is an intergovernmental organization dedicated to achieving food security for all.
OCTOBER 23: National Make A Difference Day is the largest national day of community service in the country, started by USA Today in 1992. Unite in a common mission to volunteer. You can join the fight to end food insecurity!
NOVEMBER 13-21: Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week is an annual program – National Coalition for the Homeless and the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness – where people come together across the country to draw attention to the problems of hunger and homelessness. Participating groups spend the week holding a series of educational, service, fundraising and advocacy events.
Everybody Eats was released in November! – a month that highlights Hunger & Homelessness Awareness.
We are excited to provide this valuable message to communities far and wide because every person deserves to live without worrying whether they will have food on their plate.
Order your copy now to receive an autographed book and special gift!
Bulk purchases also will be available for schools and community organizations. Contact us for more information.
Take the reading further with fun learning games and activities, whether for home or for school.
Coloring sheets, matching game, crossword puzzle and more!
For Teachers / Parents
Lesson guides and certificates
Contact us with questions, to get involved, or for other information regarding Everybody Eats.
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