BloggerAid: Changing the Face of Famine

Yesterday I shared a review, as well as a recipe, from a wonderful cookbook. I hope that whetted your appetite, because I wanted to share a bit about the wonderful organization that provided the opportunity for that review: BloggerAid.

BloggerAid: Changing the Face of Famine, a group of food bloggers determined to help relieve world hunger, is currently involved in a project called the BloggerAid Cookbook. With recipes from devoted and experienced foodies and cooks, the book, which will soon be ready for purchase, promises not only great recipes, but also a way to further the goal of feeding our planet’s hungry. 100% of the proceeds from the cookbook will benefit the United Nation WFP’s School Meals Programme.

To find out more about the UN’s School Meals Programme visit:

WFP’s School Meals

BloggerAid is also running an initiative to help raise $500 from The Cookbook People. For each BACFF member who blogs about their site, they are donating $20. The Cookbook People (CookbookPeople.com) is a company which has created a software solely for the purpose of helping families collect their favorite recipes all in one place. You really should check them out! My mom recently did something similar for myself, my sister and my brother. I can’t tell you how happy it makes me to have all of the recipes from my grandmother(s), relatives, friends, and her all in one place

To join BloggerAid or just learn more about them, go to their website:

BloggerAid

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3 responses to “BloggerAid: Changing the Face of Famine

  1. Bloggeraid IS awesome! I can’t wait for the cookbook to come out.

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