Feed your wardrobe. Feed America.
Both are possible with the limited-edition FEED USA + Target collection of home and sporting goods, stationery, accessories and clothes.
Target teamed up with social business FEED Projects for the line, which supports Feeding America, the country's leading domestic hunger relief charity. Prices range from $3 to $400, and each item includes on it the number of meals that will be donated as a result of the purchase.
"Through product sales, we hope to provide 10 million meals to Americans in need, which would make it the largest U.S. initiative in FEED's history," said founder Lauren Bush Lauren.
Shop the collection in stores or online at www.target.com. Check out some pieces from the collection below (photos courtesy of Target) ...
Fleece top ($25; 20 meals), denim sleeveless top ($25; 20 meals), burlap reusable bag ($10; 8 meals), necklace with FEED plate ($15; 12 meals) and stackable bracelets ($15 for set of three; 12 meals).
Gray tank ($15; 12 meals), navy scarf ($18; 14 meals), large orange tote ($35; 28 meals) and stackable bracelets ($15 for set of three; 12 meals).
Orange tee ($15; 12 meals), green messenger bag ($30; 24 meals) and denim baseball hat ($15; 12 meals).
Henley in gray ($25; 20 meals), red tee ($15; 12 meals) and denim tote ($30; 24 meals).
Wrap bracelet ($15; 12 meals) and charm necklace ($18; 14 meals).
Colored scarves ($18 each; 14 meals each).
Baseball hats in brown, white and denim ($15 each; 12 meals each).
Baby onesies ($20 for each set of three; 15 meals per set), available only online.
Toss pillows ($25 each; 20 meals each).
Melamine plates ($3 each; 2 meals each), cereal bowls ($3 each; 2 meals each), stoneware tumblers ($5 each; 4 meals each) and flatware set ($5 for set of three; 3 meals).
Notebooks ($7 for set of three; 3 meals per set).