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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF FEEDINGAMERICA
40.5% of feedingamerica's followers are female and 59.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.60%. The average number of likes per post is 725 and the average number of comments is 14.
Feedingamerica loves posting about Food.
Check feedingamerica's audience demography. This analytics report shows feedingamerica's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR FEEDINGAMERICA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF FEEDINGAMERICA
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 67.64 %
- Travel & Tourism 54.11 %
- Business & Careers 49.45 %
- Fitness & Yoga 48.97 %
- Beauty & Fashion 46.22 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 41.73 %
- Music 41.71 %
- Luxury Goods 41.49 %
- Sports 39.61 %
- Photography 39.55 %
- Cars & Motorbikes 39.27 %
“This is the fourth week without a paycheck. I was strategic with my last one and stretched it out as much as possible. I’m a single mom and I’ve heard that some people are embarrassed to come get food from a food bank, but I’m not because this is for my kids.” -Adriana Single parents like Adriana are more likely to face hunger than other households, but you can help. Link in bio.
Here’s what you need to know about why the pandemic has led more people to seek help from food banks. Link in bio to help families facing hunger across America.
“This is helping out a lot. It’s only me working [to support] three children.” Meet Nancy, a mother and housekeeper. Her youngest, Matthew, was returning to school soon, but for only two days a week. The pantry has been a saving grace for Nancy as she supports her family during the challenges of the pandemic. “I can spend money to pay my bills, so this is helping a lot,” she said. Link in bio to help single parents like Nancy facing hunger.
“I’d be skipping lunch if it weren’t for this. This lunch is a miracle.” 10-year-old Oscar’s dad works as a waiter and his mom cleans houses. Even though both his parents are working, he says sometimes the budget is tight at his house. That’s why he gets free lunch at school. Feeding America estimates that 1 in 4 children could face hunger this year, and that includes many children relying on meals at school. This #NationalSchoolLunchWeek, read the ways food banks working to make sure kids have the food they need to learn and grow this school year, and how you can help. Link in bio.
Meet Rick, an apple farmer and grandparent to 14 grandkids. Last year, Rick and his family donated over 22,000 pounds of apples their extra apples to Food Bank of the Southern Tier... talk about an apple a day! We're so thankful for farmers like Rick that are dedicated to feeding their neighbors in need on #NationalFarmersDay, and every day! 🍎👨🌾 Link in bio to read more about how Rick and his family are helping families enjoy one of autumn's healthiest fruits.
"My name is Emily and I’m 14 years old. Things have been rough for us, but I try to stay positive in negative situations. We currently live in an RV. We don’t have a lot of food or stuff. My dad just got a job, so hopefully things will get better soon. I daydream about my future a lot. In my dreams, I’m a marine biologist. I have a big house, tons of money, tons of food and I’ve adopted kids. And I swear on my life those kids will have a better childhood than I have. But in the meantime, I spend a lot of time at the library. I go to school and then afterwards, I go straight to the library until it closes. Between library dinners and free school lunch, that’s how I eat. There have definitely been times when I’ve gone without eating. Being hungry, it would always hurt. To everyone who supports the food at the library, I say thank you very much. It’s helped me so much – to the point where I actually have enough to eat now. I can now focus on reaching my dreams, instead of worrying about food." On #DayOfTheGirl, let's work together to support girls like Emily with big dreams. Link in bio to help.
Kids who don’t get enough to eat — especially during their first three years — begin life at a serious disadvantage. When they’re hungry, children are more likely to be hospitalized and they face higher risks of health conditions like anemia and asthma. And as they grow up, kids struggling to get enough to eat are more likely to have problems in school and other social situations. That’s why feeding kids facing hunger is a main priority of Feeding America, but we can’t do it without you. Link in bio to help.
"When you come to work at City Harvest, you know you're doing something special. It's not just a job, but also it's about your emotions and your heart. I always feel good when I have enough food for the agencies that I deliver to. I'm always happy to come to work." -Brahima, driver for @cityharvestnyc 📸 Lori Cannava
“I help make coffee and then I help put milk in [my mom’s] coffee.” According to his mom Wendy, 8-year-old Gregory likes to eat everything with no complaints. Wendy is a housekeeper who has lost jobs because of the pandemic—lately, she has only been able to work for two to three days a week. But by visiting a food pantry near her home, she is able to put food on the table for her family. Link in bio to learn how food banks are feeding kids like Gregory this school year.
And that's a wrap! Thank you to everyone who made a difference this #HungerActionMonth. Whether you took action by sharing, volunteering, pledging to advocate, fundraising, donating, or any way else - we are so thankful for your hard work. Every action counts - that's how we will end hunger together. 🧡 Our work doesn't stop here! Link in bio to read how you can continue to help your neighbors all year.
Ending hunger for kids like D'yonni, Julio, Zoey, and Miguel starts with your vote. You can help the millions of kids, seniors, and families who face hunger in America have the resources they need to keep food on the table. Register to vote & help end hunger. Link in bio.
“It’s motivating to see how I’m helping people, what a difference I’m making in people’s lives. This is the inspiration that has kept me going this whole time." Meet Ms. Lola, an 81-year-old who has been the director of a church food pantry for 21 years. Miss Lola grew up in Texas, the daughter to a sharecropper and a cook. During her childhood, she learned that sharing food is love. "When anyone came to our house, they never left empty handed. My mother either gave them a cake, cookies, or a jar of apples. So, this became a part of me, that’s how you treat people and show love," she said. This year has brought so much uncertainty, but one thing always stays the same - the feeling we get when we help our neighbors. We are so grateful for people like Miss Lola stepping up to help her neighbors. This #NeighborsDay, how will you make a difference? Link in bio to learn how you can get started.
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