MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Nov. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Coupons.com, a Quotient Technology Inc. [NYSE: QUOT] brand, today announced a month-long campaign to help feed children in need through a partnership with No Kid Hungry.
The campaign, known as #MyCouponsGive, offers consumers an easy way to join in the fight to end childhood hunger just by saving. When a consumer uses coupons from participating brands on Coupons.com. Quotient makes a donation to No Kid Hungry to connect children with healthy meals. This is the third year Quotient and No Kid Hungry are partnering. The goal is to secure at least one million meals for kids in need this holiday season. "Our mission is to ensure that every child gets a fair start in life," said Michele Boal, Chief Philanthropy Officer of Quotient. "Unfortunately, many of us don't realize it, but we are surrounded by children who don't get enough food every day. This is our way of not only educating people about the cause, but creating a way for all consumers to participate in the fight against childhood hunger. Shoppers can save, and we give." For every three coupons used, one meal is provided to a child through No Kid Hungry's programs and partnerships. The qualified coupons are located on Coupons.com and the dedicated No Kid Hungry page through December 11. Consumers can find hundreds of coupons from leading consumer packaged goods brands. The more consumers save, the more meals kids in need receive. "Nearly one in five children in America can't count on their next meal," said Peter Kaye, Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer for Share Our Strength, the nonprofit that operates the No Kid Hungry campaign. "We are grateful for Quotient's committed partnership and passionate consumer audience in helping us end childhood hunger." No Kid Hungry and its partners have provided more than 500 million meals to struggling children. No Kid Hungry works to connect kids with healthy meals where they live, learn and play by increasing access to school breakfast and summer meals, as well as teaching their families to cook and shop on a budget.