Lauren Bush has been feeding children in need around the world for years through her FEED Projects totes, but now the former first daughter is turning her attention closer to home. She's teamed up with Gap to create three new charity totes.
Sales from the new FEED Projects bags will benefit the National School Lunch Program, which looks to educate children on proper nutrition and improve the quality of food served at American school cafeterias. The canvas bag will sell for $29 while the two denim versions will be a bit pricier at $39. $5 from each sale will reach the National School Lunch Program.
Lauren Bush's new FEED Projects bags will hit Gap stores around the country on September 10 to celebrate Fashion's Night Out. If you just can't wait though, you can find them already at the Marina District store in San Francisco, the Los Angeles outlet at 1969 Robertson Boulevard, and New York's White Space concept store.