Gwatney Chevrolet’s “Drive Against Hunger”

Gwatney Chevrolet and the Arkansas Foodbank have teamed up to fight hunger in Arkansas this holiday season. Gwatney Chevrolet has created an amazing incentive to donate non-perishable food items. When purchasing a new Chevy, Gwatney will knock $100 off the price of the vehicle per non-perishable food item you bring in, up to 10 items or $1,000. This is an incredible deal if you are looking to purchase a new Chevrolet car, truck or SUV. In addition to this, Gwatney has pledged to match each non-perishable item you bring in 2-for-1. So if 1,000 items are donated, Gwatney will throw in 2,000 extra!

This is event runs through the end of this month, so you only have a little more than a week to take advantage of this wonderful offer!

Where: Gwatney Chevrolet
When: Through November
Contact: See Sales Manager James Miller or Shawn McClish or call 501-982-2102


Poultry Federation donates 600 turkeys to the Arkansas Foodbank

Take a minute of your time to watch this wonderful video from ArkansasOnline. The Poultry Federation has donated 600 turkeys to the Arkansas Foodbank to distribute to hungry families this Thanksgiving. What a generous gift!

Food Drive at Twilight: Breaking Dawn premiere!

Are you a huge Twilight fan? Just going because your girlfriend is dragging you kicking and screaming? Regardless of your motivation for going to see the new sure-to-be blockbuster Twilight: Breaking Dawn, you can make a difference in some hungry Arkansans lives. Rave Motion Pictures is holding a food donation drive while the throngs of eager fans await the midnight release Breaking Dawn. The food drive will be held from 7-9 p.m on November 17th. Here are some guidelines from on what to bring if you plan on donating:


  • Canned meats/fish/poultry
  • Canned/Packaged Meals
  • Peanut Butter
  • Cereal
  • Soups
  • Canned Vegetables
  • Canned Fruits
  • 100% Juices
  • Pasta and Pasta Sauces
  • Diapers

All donations should be non-perishable, and nothing should be in glass containers. Unfortunately the Health Department does not allow us to accept homemade items.

Opportunity to support Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry

Here’s a quick way to support Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry, who donate plenty of food to the Arkansas Foodbank each year. With every purchase of this cool car flag that says “Head’n to the Deer Woods”, you not only look stylish as you cruise to your hunting spot, but you also help fight hunger in Arkansas. For every purchase of a flag, $5 will go to Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry, who donate the fruits of their hunts to the hungry in Arkansas.

If you’re a big hunter or know someone who is, be sure to purchase your flag today!


Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry

We live in a beautiful state. Arkansans love to spend time in the great outdoors. Hunting is extremely popular in our state, which makes the organization “Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry” a brilliant idea to help curb our growing hunger problem. As we enter hunting season here in Arkansas, we felt it would be a great time to spread the word about this great organization. From their website:

“Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry (AHFH) is a community-minded program that provides venison and other wild game to those in need. Organizations, businesses, and churches of many denominations have joined farmers and hunters to transform an abundant white-tailed deer population into a renewable food source for the hungry.”

According to its website, they’ve provided 1.5 MILLION meals since its inception. That’s phenomenal!

Visit for more information on this great hunger-fighting organization.

Scary Hunger Fact 1

It’s true, there are children that feel this way. The problem of childhood hunger is not simply a moral issue. Child hunger hampers a young person’s ability to learn and becomes more likely to suffer from poverty as an adult. Scientific evidence suggests that hungry children are less likely to become productive citizens.

Purchase the “Love” tee and support the Arkansas Foodbank

Popular local merchant Rock City Outfitters has created a t-shirt design to support local charities each month. This month, that charity is none other than the Arkansas Foodbank! Simply purchase this awesome “Love” tee from Rock City Outfitters during the month of October and the proceeds will benefit the Arkansas Foodbank!

From their website:
Printed on high-quality 50/50 soft spun cotton tees. The softest, smoothest, best-looking t-shirts available anywhere. Please note, Rock City Outfitters’ raw blanks are subject to slight color variation.

The shirt retails for $16.99. Pick one up today! Here’s the link to buy online:

Woo Pig Sooie! Big Nasty supports the Arkansas Foodbank

If you’re a long-time Arkansan, there’s no doubt you remember the legendary 1994 National Champion Razorback basketball team. Corey Beck, Clint McDaniel, Scotty Thurman and Alex Dillard all played a part in Arkansas’ fast-paced, uptempo offense led by Coach Nolan Richardson. Perhaps no player was more important to the team’s success than Corliss Williamson, aka Big Nasty.

In addition to that 1994 NCAA tournament championship, Corliss would later go on to win the NBA Finals as a member of the Detroit Pistons. After a successful career in the NBA, Williamson is now head coach of the UCA Bears. We dropped by a recent practice, and Big Nasty had this to say about the Arkansas Foodbank:

What better person to galvanize support for the Foodbank? Hog fans LOVE Corliss and respect him for his undeniable talent and leadership abilities. Now you should help spread the word by sharing this video with your Hog fan friends on Facebook or Twitter!

Chipotle’s Low Cost Meal

This Halloween, Chipotle is celebrating family farms and their dedication to the land they live on and the delicious food they produce. Join in on the party, come into any Chipotle on Halloween from 6 pm to closing dressed in a costume inspired by the family farm and they’ll hook you up with a burrito, bowl, salad, or an order of tacos made with responsibly raised ingredients for just $2.Have some fun with your costumes. Think crops, farm tools, tractors, silos, or farm animals. Get the proverbial creative juices flowing and you might have a shot at winning a prize in the Costume Contest.

Real Moms dish out meals for under $5

As grocery prices go up, how do you keep the cost of feeding your family down? Anne Coleman (aka Short Order Mom) cooks for a family of nine on a budget of just $125 a week. Save money with her easy, kid-pleasing recipes.

Under 30 minutes! Under $5! Try this easy chicken recipe the next time you’re in a bind to get dinner on the table quickly.

Hands-On Time: 20 minutes
Ready In: 20 minutes
Yield: 4 servings


1 tablespoon oil-sesame or peanut oil
1 lb boneless skinless chicken breast, cut into thin slices
1 clove garlic, minced
2 tablespoons soy sauce or teriyaki sauce
2 teaspoons freshly grated ginger or 1 teaspoon powder
1 3-ounce package chicken flavor ramen noodle soup
1 1-lb bag frozen mixed oriental vegetables
1/4 cup water


    1. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat until hot. Add chicken and cook, stirring frequently, until no longer pink.
    2. Add vegetables and lid. Cook until vegetables are cooked through, about 5 minutes.
    3. In the meantime, cook the noodles (without the flavoring packet) according to package directions. Drain.
    4. Add soy sauce, garlic, ginger and seasoning packet to water. Mix well. Pour over chicken and vegetables, add noodles and toss to mix.