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Target Is Collabing With the Do-Gooders Over at FEED Now

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Target is partnering with philanthropic accessories brand FEED Projects for the store's latest collaboration, a press release announced this morning. More than 50 Americana-themed items—spanning home goods, sporting goods, stationery, apparel, and accessories—will be available at Target stores and as of June 30. Prices will range from $3 to $400 and sales will benefit Feeding America, a not-for-profit organization focused on hunger relief in the US.

No images are available yet (the photo at right is FEED founder Lauren Bush Lauren with the FEED Function Bag from the current line) but we'll keep you posted.
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