To become an effective member of the social good movement doesn’t mean you have to partake in huge humanitarian efforts or donate tons of money to causes you care about. Social good can be witnessed in a single tweet, blog post, or even placing a badge about a cause whose work you admire on your blog.
If you follow the posts on hunger relief and food security you know I admire the work the World Food Program does around the world for people who need food and nutrition. I also appreciate that they understand bloggers by providing badges we can add to our blogs to spread the word about the World Food Program and drive our readers to their site.
If you would like to grab a World Food Program badge you can choose several on their “Link to Us” page. The newest banner ads are the one with “Hunger Crisis in the Sahel” and are most pertinent right now.
In other World Food Program news, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) donated $30 billion to toward the emergency relief operation of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to assist conflict-affected and food-insecure people in South Sudan. Read more here.