Tommy Bahama is partnering with No Kid Hungry to fight childhood hunger in America. Guests who visit any Tommy Bahama restaurant, full priced U.S. retail store or outlet location as well tommybahama.com throughout the month of September will be given the opportunity to make a $5 donation to No Kid Hungry. As an expression of gratitude for the donation, guests will receive a $20 promotional award card redeemable October 1st- October 31st at any Tommy Bahama restaurant, full-priced store, outlet location or tommybahama.com.
Donations ensure that every child gets the necessary nourishment they need to grow strong and learn. Through the generosity of their retail, restaurant and ecommerce guests, Tommy Bahama, raised enough to provide up to 1.8 million meals for No Kid Hungry in 2017. This year, guests are once again invited to take part and help to ensure that every child has healthy food by making a $5 donation. All funds generated are used to raise awareness about child hunger in the U.S., create public-private partnerships that align kids with the resources they need and support nutrition programs such as school breakfast and summer meals.
Established in August 1992, Tommy Bahama is the iconic island lifestyle brand that defines relaxed, sophisticated style in men’s and women’s sportswear, swimwear, accessories, footwear and a complete home furnishings collection. The company owns and operates over 160 Tommy Bahama retail locations worldwide, 18 of which offer a Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar. The Tommy Bahama collection is available on TommyBahama.com and at the finest U.S. retailers, including Nordstrom and other specialty retailers. For more information, please visit www.tommybahama.com
No child should go hungry in America. But 1 in 6 kids will face hunger this year. No Kid Hungry is ending childhood hunger through effective programs that provide kids with the food they need. This is a problem we know how to solve. No Kid Hungry is a campaign of Share Our Strength, an organization working to end hunger and poverty. For more information visit www.nokidhungry.org