Kamala’s Husband Wants To Spend $1.7 Billion Where?

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(RestoreAmericanGlory.com)- Doug Emhoff, husband of Vice President Kamala Harris, has unveiled a new commitment of close to $1.7 billion that would help in the Biden administration’s work to end hunger before 2030. 

The over 140 commitments on the list released included health systems, academia, insurers, nonprofits, and local officials. Sixteen cities across the country have also pledged that they will form an action plan and task forces that are going to assist in ending hunger and reducing diseases that are connected to death by 2030. 

The two-year partnership with the Harlem Globetrotters is going to be kickstarted with the playground-building nonprofit KABOOM! which is going to be focused on raising awareness regarding physical activity and nutrition.  

The nonprofit Food Forward is also going to be distributing over 290 million pounds of surplus produce to people who are facing food insecurity. 

North Carolina’s Blue Cross Blue Shield is also going to be partaking by offering its murder health food delivery and nutrition coaching. 

In September 2022 an $8 billion initiative had been announced along with President Bidens’ goal to put an end to hunger and bring down the rates of diseases that are connected to diet by the end of the decade. The new $1.7 billion initiative is going to be added on top of the existing initiative. It is also part of The Challenge, a call to action across the nation for stakeholders to get involved and help the administration reach its goal. 

On Tuesday, Emhoff is expected to announce the new commitments at the White House. 

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