Whether you’re packing up your toddler for “Mommy and Me” time or rushing to your next PTA meeting, every mom is a woman on a mission when it comes to her kids. Now you can tell it to the world with a new bag from FEED—and we’ve got the deets on where to get these amazing “Woman on a Mission” tote bags.

Just in time for the start of Women’s History Month, FEED has launched a new line of limited edition tote bags. The collection features four different canvas totes each with the message “Woman on a Mission” in stylish fonts so you can #represent no matter your style.

The bags were designed in partnership with some well-known and influential women, each on a mission of her own: media entrepreneur Arianna Huffington, poet and artist Cleo Wade, fashion designer Ulla Johnson and chef Julia Turshen.

Each different style also represents a different organization that each woman has chosen to benefit. The Cleo Wade x FEED Woman on a Mission tote will donate $1 for every bag sold to the Women’s Prison Association. Johnson’s Woman on a Mission tote benefits Every Mother Counts, while Turshen and Huffington’s totes benefit FoodLab Detroit and Thrive Foundation from Thrive Global, respectively.

Photo courtesy: FEED 

Each tote retails for $38 and the purchase provides 10 meals to school kids in need through FEED’s program to combat child hunger. You can also snag a simpler “Woman on a Mission” design just $28 that still provides 10 meals, without the donation to the additional charities for this particular campaign.

Not only will you make a statement about female empowerment, you’ll help kids at the same time. There’s no better win-win. You can score these limited edition “Woman on a Mission” totes at the FEED Projects store.

Which bag is your favorite? Share your thoughts in the comments.

—Shahrzad Warkentin

Featured image: Ahmed Carter via Unslpash


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