Support while you shop

Through charitable shopping, you can support Second Harvest and feed hungry people while dining out, buying groceries, or ticking things off your gift list.

Aug. 31-Sept. 13
The fine art photographers of SNAP want to step up and help their Nashville friends and neighbors. So they’re donating their work to a virtual art show, Photos for Food, and sales will benefit Second Harvest.

Artworks represent a wide array of styles and subjects, including landscapes, travel, animals, and many uniquely Nashville subjects. The proceeds from each print sold will provide almost 400 meals.

Sept. 1-Oct. 31
Bob Dylan’s distillery, Heaven’s Door, will donate 8% of its profits for two months to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. 

Appropriately, this partnership is called #ServeSomebody. This offer applies to bottle sales as well as drink sales of their whiskey selection at Middle Tennessee bars and restaurants.

Project 615 Grand Re-Opening

Aug. 17-Sept. 30
Project 615 has a new owner and to celebrate, they’re donating 12 meals for every tee and hat sold! 

Project 615 is a Nashville-based apparel company focused on serving others by selling high quality products that advocate for world changing causes. Storefronts are closed right now, so order online. 

Chickadee Co. T-shirt

Limited supply! Take action against hunger by purchasing this new Second Harvest tee from Chickadee Co. The custom tee comes in grey and emerald. With the purchase of each tee, Chickadee will donate $6 to Second Harvest. Chickadee Co. is a lifestyle brand that designs clothing, hats, and gifts.

Walmart and Sam's Club Round Up Campaign

Aug. 3-Sept. 30
Walmart and Sam’s Club offer an easy way to help fight hunger in Middle Tennessee when you’re at the register.

Customers have the option to round up their purchase to the nearest dollar in stores, clubs, online at Walmart.com, and in the Walmart app to benefit Feeding America member food banks (that’s us).

Kroger Emergency COVID-19 Response Fund

Kroger now offers an easy way to help fight hunger in Middle Tennessee through its new Emergency COVID-19 Response Fund. 

When you donate to the fund at a Kroger register, you’re donating directly to your local Feeding America food bank (that’s us).

Kroger is dedicated to Zero Hunger Zero Waste by 2025.

BoxLunch Get Some Give Back

With every $10 you spend on pop culture themed products, BoxLunch will provide one meal through the Feeding America food bank network. Customers can also round up their order in store or online.

BoxLunch has committed a minimum of $500,000 through its Get Some Give Back campaign.

Etch

$1 of each Roasted Cauliflower appetizer benefits Second Harvest. This popular appetizer features truffled pea pesto, salted almonds, feta crema, and red bell essence.

Featuring an array of global flavors and decadent desserts by Chef Deb Paquette and Pastry Chef Megan Williams, Etch is located in the ground floor of the Encore tower in Nashville’s SoBro district.

Amazon Smile

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, its foundation donates 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.

Bookmark smile.amazon.com and designate Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee as your nonprofit.

Kroger Community Rewards

When you enroll in Kroger Community Rewards you’ll earn rewards for Second Harvest Food Bank every time you shop and use your Plus Card.

To get started, sign up with your Plus Card here, and select Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee as the organization you wish to support.

Omni Hotels Say Goodnight to Hunger

Book a stay and feed a family with Omni Hotels & Resorts. For every actualized Omni reservation, Feeding America will secure a meal on behalf of your local food bank (that’s us).

The Omni Nashville Hotel is an expression of the city’s vibrant music culture. Across from the Music City Center, this downtown Nashville hotel is a one-of-a-kind experience, fully integrated with the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Pampered Chef Round Up from the Heart

Kitchen tool company Pampered Chef offers three ways to help.

  1. Round up your order. When you do, 100% of your contributions benefit your local Feeding America member food bank (that’s us).
  2. Buy Round Up from the Heart designated products including the Cut-N-Seal and the Scoop & Spread. Each purchase contributes 3 meals.
  3. Host a fundraiser party. When you have a Feeding America fundraiser, Pampered Chef contributes a portion of the total sales to the cause.

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