March 26th, 2021

What is The Giving Game?

The idea is simple. Virtual games meet charitable giving with a TWIST. The Giving Game isan online experience where people gather all in the name of giving back! Not only are we raising fundsfor a pre-selected cause near and dear to our hearts, we also provide opportunities for you to win and make an impactto a cause of your choosing!

Why Are We Playing?

This event is being held in honor of No Kid Hungry. All funds raised during the Giving Game will be donatedto Team No Kid Hungry’s fight against childhood hunger. Every dollar counts!

See which Sila coworkers are playing!

Billing First name Billing Last name Variation
Sara Test4
Brett Sposa
Sara Test
Brett Sposa
Brett Sposa
Sara Test3
Sara Test
Sara Lloyd

Our Fundraising Goal

For our Giving Game event, we have set our fundraising goal at $500.

Current Donation Amount

$10
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Would you like to make an even greater impact?

$500 is an awesome goal, but we believe we can raise more! If you’d like to make an additional donation on top of your entry, please click below to donate.

Learn More About No Kid Hungry

Poverty and Childhood Hunger

In 2018, the federal poverty level was $25,750 for a family of four.Of course, this number is a minimum. Families making twice that much are still considered low-income by most experts, and many struggle to make ends meet. 

How many Americans live in poverty today? Over 38 million, or 12% of all Americans, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.15 million of those were children.

School Meals

Millions of children rely on school for regular meals. But in the summer, those meals disappear. In addition, many children’s meals have been impacted by school closings due to Covid-19. No Kid Hungry is helping community leaders with the funding and know-how they need to start meals sites, as well as advocating for needed changes to the national summer meals program. 

Currently, the national summer meals programs reaches just 16 percent of the children who need help when school is out of session.

Teaching Families to Shop Smarter and Eat Healthier

Though schools and community programs are often the best way to reach older children, to help the youngest kids, we need to help their parents. Through our family nutrition education program, the Cooking Matters campaign, we’re helping parents and caregivers learn how to shop for and cook healthy, affordable meals.