Fashion For a Great Cause: Target Teams Up with FEED Projects

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When you're shopping Target's latest designer collaboration, keep in mind that the cool, orange crossbody bag from can provide 20 meals to hungry families and that streetwear-inspired denim hoodie vest can provide 24 meals, thanks to FEED Projects. The retailer's new partnership with Lauren Bush Lauren's humanitarian organization, FEED Projects LLC, is launching a style-meets-charity line that will provide meals to impoverished families across the country through Feeding America.

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The Americana-lifestyle collection includes apparel, accessories, home sporting goods, and stationery. Even better, you can see how the product directly benefits families — each product displays the number of meals donated with its purchase through Feeding America. You can be the first to purchase the FEED USA + Target products on June 30th in Target stores and on target.com. Nothing feels better than knowing that you look great for a good cause.

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