WATCH: LEAD Brevard Students’ Promotional Video Highlights The Children’s Hunger Project

By  //  May 3, 2018

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'See a hungry kid. Buy food. Feed the kid.'

WATCH: As a component of the Leadership Brevard class of 2018, a program of LEAD Brevard, a team of class members partnered with The Children’s Hunger Project to create a promotional video for this grassroots nonprofit organization feeding hungry Brevard children. (LEAD Brevard video)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – As a component of the Leadership Brevard class of 2018, a program of LEAD Brevard, a team of class members partnered with The Children’s Hunger Project to create a promotional video for this grassroots nonprofit organization feeding hungry Brevard children.

The Children’s Hunger Project has a simple, nine-word business plan: See a hungry kid. Buy food. Feed the kid.

The nonprofit submitted a proposal in the summer of 2017 and was selected as one of seven Leadership Action Projects undertaken by the members of the Leadership Brevard class of 2018.

For this project, a 2-minute promotional video that will build awareness of this problem in our community, team members worked with the nonprofit for six months to write, shoot and edit the video.

“The result is a compelling video that will be used at live presentations, on our website and social media,” said Keith Gee, Executive Director for The Children’s Hunger Project.

“This video is the perfect vehicle for us to build awareness in our campaign to eliminate childhood hunger in our county.”

Started seven years ago, The Children’s Hunger Project now serves more than 1,600 local elementary school students every week who would otherwise go hungry.

It costs just $4 per package of food that is designed in coordination with nutritionists at the Brevard County Schools to provide nutrition to one child for the weekend. So $150 will provide sustaining nutrition to a child for the entire school year.

The video ends by asking viewers to sign up for a $12.50 monthly donation to help feed one more child next year.

ABOVE VIDEO: The Children’s Hunger Project was a 2015 Central Florida Humanitarian Award winner. Started seven years ago, The Children’s Hunger Project now serves more than 1,600 local elementary school students every week who would otherwise go hungry.

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