Kids and their parents can donate a dollar that will feed 20 people for a day, thanks to a new program launched March 1 at Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Parks in Roswell and Suwanee.
Cole Family Entertainment, owners of the Georgia parks, announced a partnership with SERV International to fund one million nourishing meals for families in need across the world. For only $1, donors can feed 20 people for an entire day.
Every 3.6 seconds someone dies of hunger. Over 15 million children die of hunger each year. In Asia, Africa and Latin America, more than 500 million people are living in “absolute poverty.” To meet those needs, SERV International distributes a dehydrated meal in which one 8-ounce serving can fulfill a person for a day.
All individual donations go directly to global outreach and programs. SERV International’s overhead and administrative costs are completely funded through corporate sponsorships and specific fundraising events.
The SERV International Donation Drive is sponsored by Cole Family Entertainment’s Jump In To Give program. Recognizing that their actions have life-changing consequences helps children develop a lifelong spirit of giving and service.
“We’re proud to partner with SERV International on this important fundraising campaign and hope we can inspire the next generation to jump in and give, not only in their own backyards, but across the globe, says Jeff Cole, CEO of Cole Family Entertainment. “We hope when parents visit our trampoline parks, they will remind their children to bring their change to help feed a person in need – a small donation, but an important life lesson in giving back to others.”
Customers can make donations at the register or drop change in donation bins set up at Sky Zone Trampoline Parks in Suwanee and Roswell.