Outnumber Hunger

St. Louis Area Foodbank Communications Coordinator, Ryan Farmer, takes the band Edens Edge on a tour of the Foodbank / Photo by Bethany Prange

If you haven’t yet heard of rising country music group Edens Edge, you will soon.

The trio will be opening for Rascal Flatts on tour this summer, and their self-titled album is available on Itunes.  Their song “Amen” and accompanying video is a modern country hit in the making.

But if you need one more reason to love this group of talented young musicians…

Yesterday, the members of Edens Edge – Hannah Blaylock, Dean Berner, and Cherrill Green – joined enthusiastic volunteers from Sam’s Club to pack boxes and load food donations onto a truck bound for St. Louis Area Foodbank.

 

Edens Edge came to St. Louis to help Sam’s Club and General Mills promote their new hunger relief campaign, Outnumber Hunger.

When St. Louis area residents purchase General Mills products and enter a code on the back at www.outnumberhunger.com, Feeding America is able to purchase five meals for St. Louis Area Foodbank!

While visiting St. Louis, Hannah, Dean and Cherrill came to the Foodbank to help unload the truck of food donations. They took a tour of the Foodbank and were eager to learn how to help families struggling with hunger in the bi-state region.

Thank you to Edens Edge, Big Machine Label Group, General Mills, Sam’s Club and Feeding America for helping feed people in need.

    Bethany Prange is the Communications Coordinator for the St. Louis Area Foodbank

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