Gap has released a limited edition collection of FEED USA bags as part of FEED Projects’ U.S.-focused program to support nutrition in America’s schools. Working together with FEED Projects founders Lauren Bush and Ellen Gustafson, Gap will donate $5 for every FEED USA bag sold to help improve food and nutrition education for more than 76 million school children through the National School Lunch Program.
The limited edition bags are a mix of denim and canvas looks and include the FEED USA Denim Bucket Bag in two different versions. Starting today, select Gap stores will introduce the FEED USA collection with all Gap stores in the U.S. carrying the collection by Monday, September 20.
In addition, Gap is introducing a FEED USA Bandana Bag [$98] and FEED USA Denim or Canvas Lunchbox [$19.50], which will be available exclusively at the Gap + FEED USA pop-up shop in New York City. Each FEED USA Bandana Bag is unique, made from a mix of vintage and new bandanas, and is numbered to indicate the one-of-a-kind nature of each bag.
In addition to the limited edition FEED USA collection, the pop-up shop will also feature a variety of FEED Projects bags which directly benefit children in need including the:
- FEED 1 bag [$60, feeds 1 child in school for a year]
- FEED 2 bag [$100, feeds 2 children in school for a year]
- FEED 2 Kenya bag [$200, feeds 2 children in Kenya in school for a year]
- FEED 50 Haiti bag [$35, feeds 50 school meals in Haiti] and more.
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