Phoenix, AZ (Oct. 20, 2017) – Subway® is taking National Sandwich Day global with World Sandwich Day. On Friday, Nov. 3, more than 40,000 Subway® restaurants in more than 60 countries will invite customers to join its “Live Feed” by enjoying a special offer that will help fight hunger around the world.

In the U.S., when customers visit Subway® and buy a sandwich and a 30 oz. drink, they will get a free sandwich, plus Subway® will donate a meal* to Feeding America®.

“Last year, our customers helped us make history with the largest single-day donation to Feeding America – 11 million meals,” said Subway® President and CEO Suzanne Greco. “This year’s unprecedented initiative will include thousands of Subway® restaurants around the globe.  We’re excited to bring together our customers, franchisees and communities to inspire global action around hunger.”

In the U.S., one out of eight people struggle with hunger, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). That means 41 million people across the country, including nearly 13 million children and more than 5 million seniors, don’t have enough to eat.  Subway® and Feeding America® are addressing this serious issue for the second consecutive year to help fight hunger in the U.S.

“Hunger affects millions of individuals and families in communities across America,” said Feeding America® CEO Diana Aviv. “We are proud to continue our partnership with Subway® to help people who may not know where they will find their next meal.”

Visit to learn more about Feeding America®.  Also join the conversation with Subway® on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

St. Mary’s General Counsel Honored by Arizona State Bar

St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance would like to congratulate Kate Frenzinger, an associate with DLA Piper in Phoenix, who has received the Outstanding Young Lawyer award from the State Bar of Arizona for 2012.

Kate has been honored for being an outstanding advocate for pro bono service, including to St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance where she has served as general counsel since 2007 and provides pro bono legal assistance in a variety of areas. Kate also developed and administers the Feeding America Legal Services Hotline, through which food banks throughout the U.S. can receive pro bono legal services from DLA Piper lawyers.

A 2004 cum laude graduate from Loyola Marymount University, Kate practices in the area of commercial litigation and international arbitration. Her practice includes domestic and cross-border commercial contracts, real estate and hospitality, trade secrets, unfair business practices, aviation, consumer products, employment, alternative dispute resolution and appeals. Congratulations!

Turn Uncle Ben's Rice Purchase Into Help For Kids Cafe

From now through October, every purchase of an Uncle Ben’s rice product will result in a donation to Feeding America’s Kids Cafe program to fund the development of new locations in the U.S. as well as the planned expansion of St. Mary’s Kids Café around the state. In addition, when you sign on to and sign Ben’s journal, Uncle Ben’s will donate an additional $1 for each signature added to the list.

Vote Ava for the Mermaid Jingle Jam!

votenow_headerChicken of the Sea’s catchy jingle has been around since the 1960s, and since then, people around the world have been singing the famous tune. Now, we need your help to continue to keep the jingle a hit by voting for our local jingle maker, Ava Peeples.

By voting in the Mermaid Jingle Jam for Feeding America, you’ll be helping put seafood into the hands of hungry Americans in the Phoenix Metro Area, as the food bank associated with the grand-prize winner will be awarded $100,000 of Chicken of the Sea seafood!

Click here to vote for her (and you can vote up to 3x a day per email.) Send the word out and help St. Mary’s Food Bank!

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