“With the adoption of my sons, Wyatt and Levi, my life truly changed,” Sheryl says. “Not only do they bring me incredible joy, they also raise my consciousness about the struggles of those around us. As a mother, I can’t imagine not being able to provide for my children.”
Sheryl goes on to talk about the hunger issues across the nation.
“In America today, there are 50 million people living in households considered food insecure – which means they struggle to put food on the table every day,” she says.
So the high-profile All I Wanna Do singer decided to get involved.
“Feeding America is a great organization. For the past 3 years, I’ve been working with Feeding America as part of their Entertainment Council,” Sheryl shares. “Working with Feeding America has been a pleasure and I plan to continue this work for years to come.”
And what’s up next for the busy mom-of-two?
“I’m in the thick of Diner rehearsals – the new Broadway show I’m working on with Barry Levinson,” Sheryl says. “I’m writing the music and lyrics. It’s something new and exciting for me. I can’t wait till people get to see it this October when our 4-week NYC workshops gets started. And I’m also finishing up my country album which I recorded in Nashville which is scheduled for release in Spring 2013.”
Starting this September until November 30, when consumers purchase a bottle of One A Day Women’s, the brand will make a donation of two meals to Feeding America – up to two million meals*.
*25¢ donation per bottle up to a maximum of $250,000 or through 11/30/12, $1 = 8 meals secured by Feeding America on behalf of local food bank
To learn more, please visit Nutrition Mission.