Thread: FEED USA x Target Collaboration
June 9th, 2013, 06:57 PM #1
FEED USA x Target Collaboration
The charitable company FEED Projects and the non-profit organization FEED foundation have been working together for over three years. Their goal? To feed the world and improve the global food system. It wasn't until recently, however, that they decided to tackle a growing problem here in the United States -- childhood hunger. With it, they are encountering a whole new set of challenges such as access to nutritional foods and teaching children how to make healthier choices. To aid them in their mission, they are engaging school food providers and teachers to improve school food and nutrition education one school at a time.
Through various collaborations and designs of their own, FEED Projects has raised funds by producing tote bags bearing their signature "FEED" logo. I have seen them here and there, but I never gave them a whole lot of thought. After all, many of them resembled a burlap feed sack. But I have some exciting news! Target will be unveiling their collaboration with the charitable company here soon. I got a little sneak peak and the items are ADORABLE! Yes, there are totes and handbags. There is so much more though too! Clothing, accessories, and household items. Even some items for babies. This is typical of Target though. Any time they do a collaboration with a designer, they always go all out. I am super excited to see these items in person. Hopefully people won't be too crazed on the day of the debut. You know, like when the Missoni x Target collaboration hit the store shelves!
Check it out! The FEED USA x Target collection will be available starting June 30th!
(10% of the original retail prices be donated to FEEDís and Targetís partner Feeding America)
Last edited by boysRsmelly; June 9th, 2013 at 07:07 PM.
June 14th, 2013, 07:44 AM #2
June 14th, 2013, 09:45 AM #3
Re: FEED USA x Target Collaboration
This is the first time I have heard of Target doing FEED stuff. Target does do a lot of designer collaborations though. Seems people get a little bonkers though. LOL People were fighting over the Missoni stuff. When Jason Wu hit the shelves, they were sold out of everything in my size within the first hour (I couldn't get there right when the store opened that day). So we will see.
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