We Are Canada·Video

These two Calgarians are working to end youth hunger

Andrew Hall and Jeremy Bryant are 26-year-old cousins from Calgary, and the founders of MealShare. Their simple approach: buy one meal, give one meal.
Through the Mealshare program, for every meal ordered at a participating restaurant, a dollar is donated that buys lunch for a hungry child. 14:07

Andrew Hall and Jeremy Bryant are 26-year-old cousins from Calgary who've been collaborating all their lives. Their most recent project: a plan to end youth hunger in Canada within their lifetime.

It's a lofty goal, but they have made impressive inroads with their organization Mealshare. Their simple approach: buy one meal, give one meal. 

Hall and Bryan are two of a new generation of passionate change-makers profiled in CBC's new series We Are Canada. Watch the series Sundays at 7 p.m. on CBC and online.

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