Target x FEED USA collaborate to fight Poverty

Target and Feed Projects recently collaborated on a collection to feed the underprivileged. This is definitely a strategic partnership that I believe will be effective. As an advocate for charity and good causes including education and poverty, using fashion as a means  to give back to the community is a  great way to get people connected to  individuals at the bottom of the pyramid. When I came across  Target’s latest collaboration with FEED USA, I was trilled with excitement. Founder of FEED USA, Lauren Bush (Designer,  Social Entrepreneur and Hunger Activist- Who said this is impossible again?) has been working tirelessly  to  on FEED Charity for  years to help give food to less privileged  people.

The Target+FEED USA collaboration aims to deliver line of laid back, yet stylish wears, 50 different products in home, sporting goods, stationery and other fashionable accessories such as bags, bracelets and more. According to Lauren Bush, “As the founder of FEED, I am passionate about the fight against hunger and am thrilled to partner with Target to create our first ever co-branded lifestyle collection. Through product sales, we hope to provide 10 million meals to Americans in need, which would make it the largest U.S. initiative in FEED’s history. I am proud that we will be able to empower guests to make a measurable impact through the purchase of the FEED USA + Target collection.”

The prices from this collection ranges from $3 to $400 and the proceeds from this projects will go to Feeding American people in  need.  The line will be available from June 30th. This is a great opportunity for individuals like us to give life to the underprivileged by buying such products.

What is your favorite item from this collection? Will you  buy items to support good causes? Please share, thanks! You can also tweet at us @LaizaLounge with the hasttag #FeedProjects

About FEED USA:

FEED USA is a new campaign to improve school food all across America as well as a new brand of FEED products. The charitable company FEED Projects and the non-profit FEED Foundation, have been working together for 3 years to sell good products that FEED the world and improve the global food system. We have so far been focused on raising money and funds for organizations around the world, especially funding free school meals for hungry children who do not have access to basic nutrition or education. (Click here for more: http://feedusa.thefeedfoundation.org )
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FEED USA + Target Look 01

Denim Hoodie Vest: $30
Baseball Tee in Birch: $20
Crossbody Bag: $25
Necklace with Charm: $18
Bracelets: $15

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FEED USA + Target Look 02

Fleece Top: $25
Denim Sleeveless Top: $25
Burlap Reusable Bag: $10
Necklace with FEED plate: $15
Bracelets: $15

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FEED USA + Target Look 03

Grey Tank: $15
Scarf : $18
Orange Large Tote Bag: $35
Bracelets: $15

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FEED USA + Target Look 04

Fleece Top: $25

Tee: $18

Crossbody Bag in Denim: $25
Bracelet with FEED Logo in Red: $8

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FEED USA + Target Look 05

Denim Shirt: $28
Tank in Moss: $15
Backpack in Moss: $35
Bracelet with FEED Logo: $8

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FEED USA + Target Look 06

Women’s Tees: $15-20 each

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Image Credit: TheBudgetFashionista;  TheFashionSpot

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