Sheryl Crow, nine-time Grammy winning music artist, is turning her attention to something close to her heart: Working to combat the tide of nearly 50 million Americans at risk of going hungry.
Sheryl Crow works to combat hunger and food insecurity in U.S. with 'Nutrition Mission'
This morning on "Starting Point," Crow talks about teaming up with One A Day Women's and Feeding America for their "Nutrition Mission."
"We are on a campaign where if you buy a bottle of "One A Day Women's" they will donate two meals to "Feeding America" up to two million meals," Crow says. "I for one was really shocked in a country like this that there are 50 million people who are here living with food insecurity."
"This is such a great campaign because it is such a great product. I think people want to feel like when they are buying a product they are doing something great," she adds.
Crow says people can go to Nutritionmission.com to share their story to enter to win a $25,000 grant and also a chance to come to New York City and meet her.