American fashion apparel and accessories brand Old Navy joins Rise Against Hunger Philippines to help end hunger in here in the country.
Customers may purchase a Fortified Meal Pack worth P100 at any Old Navy stores nationwide until Oct. 27. The meal packs will be donated to the organization’s beneficiaries. Those from Old Navy will go to the children of Barangay Ususan, Taguig City Daycare Center.
The meal packs are composed of rice, soy, dried vegetables or fruits, flavoring mix, and a vitamin and mineral sachet. Each 400-gram meal pack contains a sachet of delectable flavoring mix such as Chicken Arroz Caldo, Beef Congee, Champorado, and Ginataan. Ingredients produced by local family or community gardens are used to provide livelihood to people in need. Meals are packaged locally by volunteers under the supervision of RAHP.
Each Fortified Meal Pack is enough to feed 12 to 15 children.
In return, customers will get P100 off on any regular-priced Old Navy apparel.
On its first run in 2018, Old Navy was able to raise meal packs enough to feed 22,000 children. All meal packs were also donated to Barangay Ususan, Taguig City.