Miss America 2007, Lauren Nelson, joined forces recently with Regional Food Bank and GiveBack2God to stuff kid backpacks with nutritious almonds. Lauren has been involved in organizations that assist kids in various forms including ‘Be NetSmart’ Protecting Kids Online, and even helped ‘America’s Most Wanted’ with the apprehension of potential child predators. Now, as co-anchor of First at Four with Christina Eckert on CBS Affiliate KWTV, Oklahoma City, Lauren has brought her celebrity to the cause of child hunger.After stuffing kid backpacks with almonds, Lauren told us that “almonds are my go-to snack because of their nutritional value and health benefits. They are easy to keep with you and are a filling snack.” Lauren knows that almonds are one of the world’s healthiest foods due to their high protein and Omega 3 nutrients. They fill the void for the poor and hungry by not only filling people up, but also supplying them with the nutrition that they need. We are so grateful to Lauren Nelson for her contributions that, like our almonds, will have lasting benefits.
I have to tell you folks that this is my first week as the Social Media Maven at GiveBack2God, and my first new friend on Facebook was Miss America 2007, Lauren Nelson. I felt so honored not only to be writing on behalf of such a worthy organization, but to be making new friends who believe, like I do, “that God calls us to serve others and it is just neat to see a company following through with that.”
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Laura A. Marks
Social Media Maven
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