OKLAHOMA CITY) – Nov. 2, 2016 – During November, 100 percent of sales from a special orange bracelet with a spoon charm, which is made possible by the Rustic Cuff fundraising department, will benefit the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and the community Food Bank of Oklahoma.  Orange is the color that represents hunger awareness for food banks across the nation.

“I’m passionate about making a difference and raising awareness about those who are hungry in our state,” said Miss Indian Nations Outstanding Teen 2017 Morgan Money.  “My goal is to help as many families, children, and organizations as possible.  Working with the fundraising department at Rustic Cuff is something I’m so excited about. This company and its owner has such a heart for others, just as I do. This piece of jewelry is something everyone can wear, share and enjoy all for a great cause.”

Money, a junior at Edmond Memorial High School in Edmond, Okla., has been helping raise awareness about hunger in Oklahoma for the past three years through her work with local pageants.

“One in four children go hungry every day, but this is a real reality for every community throughout our state,” said Morgan.  “My mom was food insecure as a child and if it weren’t for the programs offered she and my grandmother would have gone hungry.”

Every Rustic Cuff bracelet sold will provide 32 meals for Oklahomans struggling with hunger. To purchase the bracelet, or for more information about Money’s effort to fight hunger visit https://helpendhungerblog.wordpress.com.

Oklahoma is one of the hungriest states in the nation.  The majority of those served by the Regional Food Bank are chronically hungry children, seniors living on fixed incomes, and working families who cannot make ends meet. 

Established in 1980, the Regional Food Bank is the largest private, domestic hunger-relief organization in the state of Oklahoma. Last fiscal year, the nonprofit distributed 52 million pounds of food and products through a network of more than 1,300 schools and charitable feeding programs in 53 central and western Oklahoma counties. For more information call 405-972-1111 or visit regionalfoodbank.org.