Danny Loomans and the Food for Freedom World Record Food Drive Attempt
While most 16-year old high school juniors are
worrying about getting their driver’s license, maintaining their grades and
keeping up with all of their extracurricular activities, Danny Loomans of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin is
also focusing his attention on something else – he is trying to break the World Record for “The Largest Food
Drive in 24 hours in a Single Location”. The current record stands at 559,885 pounds
of food! That’s a lot food for one teenager to raise – and not something he can
do without a little (or a lot) of help from his friends.
You can support Danny and his team at Food for Freedom in a couple of ways:
1. BUY FOOD ONLINE: Click here to buy food online and we’ll deliver it to Fond du Lac high school on May 25th for you.
2. SPREAD THE WORD: Share this link with others so they can be part of the World Record attempt, too!
3. SET UP YOUR OWN ONLINE DRIVE: There’s no cost to set it up and it’s easy to do. Click here to find out how to start your drive.
Who will benefit from all this food? This massive food drive will positively impact the lives of the 82,000+ citizens currently living in poverty in Northeastern Wisconsin. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the percent of children under the age of five in Wisconsin living in poverty increased from 13% in 2007 to 23% in 2010.
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