Subway® Restaurants Aim to Donate 200,000 Meals

By Hope Bidegainberry on September 4, 2019
MIAMI, FL – OCTOBER 21: A Subway sandwich is seen in a restaurant as the company announced a settlement over a class-action lawsuit that alleged that Subway engaged in deceptive marketing for its 6-inch and 12-inch sandwiches and served customers less food than they were paying for on October 21, 2015 in Miami, Florida. While it denies the claims, Subway said that franchisees would be required to have a measurement tool in stores to make sure loaves are 12-inches. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

What: Hunger Action Month

When: September

Where: Subway in San Francisco, East Bay, North Bay, and South Bay

During Hunger Action Month this September, San Francisco, East Bay, North Bay, South Bay-area Subway® restaurants are helping to fight hunger in their community by providing up to 200,000 meals* to local food banks that are members of the Feeding America nationwide network. Through this ‘Feeding the Need’ initiative, when Subway® guests purchase a sub, salad or wrap, with any drink and chips or two cookies, their purchase will help feed people in their community.

The funds raised through this campaign will help local food banks better serve children and families who may not know where they will find their next meal. For every 2 meals purchased from September 1st to September 30th, more than 400 participating Subway restaurants will donate 1 meal up to 200,000 meals to local area food banks*.

To learn more about Feeding the Need, CLICK HERE.
To learn more about hunger and to find your local food bank, CLICK HERE.

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