NFL teams up with Campbell’s

by Dora Galván
Staff Writer

Campbell’s Soup just made donating a can of soup easier than ever. With football season at its peak Campbell Soup and the National Football League have joined to support project Tackling Hunger.

Just log on to www.chunky.com and choose your favorite NFL team. Campbell’s Soup will donate a can of soup on behalf of the team to food banks across the nation.

So far, Tackling Hunger has donated 5 million cans. Green Bay Packer fans lead with 658,117 cans.

Donations are made without cost to fans.

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