FEED was founded in 2007 by Lauren Bush and just over ten years later FEED have just launched their first ever pop-up shop location in LA.
FEED was born with the idea that creating simple products could engage people in the fight against hunger, after Lauren witnessed the effects of hunger first-hand, on her travels around the world as a World Food Programme Honorary Spokesperson. She believes that people’s choices of what to buy and what to wear have the power to change the world.
Throughout the holiday season shoppers can browse a wide assortment of FEED’s signature products, each of which donate meals to those individuals struggling with hunger.
The pop-up store is located at Midland, 8634 Washington Blvd, Culver City, California and opened today, November 1. Sunday through Thursday 11am – 6pm and Friday to Saturday 10am – 7pm.
In addition to the pop-up store FEED are introducing a limited-edition LA City Tote – Exclusively available at the Midland boutique store and each bag will donate five meals to the LA Food Bank with every purchase.
The lifestyle-brand are hosting a series of unique programming events including Women on A Mission on November 8, featuring a range of local business owners and incredible, inspiring women entrepreneurs and Community Volunteering Activations on November 9, to help fight hunger locally across the city, you can reserve a place to help volunteer at http://midlandxfeed.eventbrite.com.
Explore more about FEED’s pop-up location, Midland, at their website: https://shop-midland.com and FEED and their latest projects at https://www.feedprojects.com and learn how you too, can get involved with fighting to change the world’s hunger crisis.