BlueCart Donates to Feed the Children to Ensure No Child Goes Hungry This Holiday Season

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“We wanted to give back this season and take part in not only volunteering our staff time at food banks across the country, but to also directly contribute financially to an organization that is tailored to ensuring every child gets fed,” said Konstantin Zvereff, CEO of BlueCart.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.

BlueCart, a B2B software company, supports the national non-profit organization Feed the Children to provide food for those children in need during this holiday season. Feed the Children’s mission is to prevent any child from going to bed hungry. Poverty is the number one reason kids go to sleep hungry every night. During this holiday season BlueCart will be donating $7.00 to Feed the Children with each new BlueCart customer sign up.

“We wanted to give back this season and take part in not only volunteering our staff time at food banks across the country, but to also directly contribute financially to an organization that is tailored to ensuring every child gets fed,” said Konstantin Zvereff, CEO of BlueCart.

Every $1 donated to Feed the Children equates to $7 in essentials and food. According to the USDA, a family earning less than $61,530 per year can expect to spend a total of $176,550 on a child from birth up to age 18. With an awareness of this single income bracket we gain perspective of how important children are in this world.

BlueCart runs their “Help Us Help Them” campaign through the month of December. To support their cause, simply sign up for an account at http://www.bluecart.com and BlueCart will happily donate on your behalf.

BlueCart launched in 2014 offering a mobile and web platform to the restaurant sector for the purposes of modernizing and improving the wholesale ordering process between buyers and suppliers. BlueCart is Venture Capital funded and has offices in Washington DC, New York, San Francisco and Chicago with over 37,000 businesses on its platform. Stay connected with BlueCart and their updates on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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Sarah Thompson

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Sarah is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing. Before joining Daily Telescope she worked as a staff writer at Fast Company and spent two years as a foreign correspondent in Turkey. Her work has been published in Al Jazeera America, The Nation, Vice News, Motherboard, and many other outlets.
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