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QVC will donate $1 to Feeding America when you buy one of a small amount of items:

 

"This holiday, let’s give joy & fight hunger. When you shop this special selection of items from 10/15 thru 12/24, QVC® will make a donation to Feeding America® —the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization—to help provide 10 meals* for every unit sold, up to two million meals."

*$1 helps to provide at least ten meals secured by Feeding America on behalf of local member food banks

 

I don't understand the small amount of items to chose from. These sorts of charitable efforts seem more like a "feel good" thing than a true financial commitment. I guess it's better than nothing.

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Re: QVC Give Joy Fight Hunger

Where can we see the items? 

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Re: QVC Give Joy Fight Hunger

@godi  Sorry, I should have posted the link:

https://www.qvc.com/content/featured/feeding-america.html

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Re: QVC Give Joy Fight Hunger

@PA Mom-mom  Thanks!  Your right should of been more items. 

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Re: QVC Give Joy Fight Hunger


@godi wrote:

Where can we see the items? 


I too was wondering where to see the items.  Thank you for asking this.  I was looking for it the other night.  I was kind of hoping it would be on most of their items. I think I will just donate to a local food bank.

 

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Re: QVC Give Joy Fight Hunger

It's a nice gesture on their part, if nothing else.  They gave large monetary donations early in the pandemic to fight food insecurity.

 

It's like the Tip Jar.  No requirement to participate. 

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Re: QVC Give Joy Fight Hunger

One thing where I did like HSN's effort over QVC's was with charities...  I loved it when HSN sold HSN Cares 

Christmas ornaments....

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