Rockwell Art and Framing, in partnership with Feeding America, launched a special fundraising campaign called “Framing Hunger”  Monday, Jan. 15.

The campaign is aimed to help provide more than 100,000 meals to local families in need. Over 10 meals will be provided for every custom frame purchased through Rockwell.

Rockwell directly supports Feeding America’s “100 Million Meals Challenge,” now in its fourth year. The "Challenge" has provided more than 300 million meals to people in need through Feeding America's network of 200 food banks.

Rockwell Art and Framing owner Stephen Rockwell Desloge states, “We have long served our local community arts, humanities and charitable organizations, and we are thrilled to partner with Feeding America, and we are making this a long-term commitment.”

Rockwell, which has five stores including one in Ridgefield, will share with the customer how many meals will be served by their purchase.

For example, four framed items means more than forty meals will be provided.

“We’re excited to work with Rockwell Art and Framing, and we appreciate their desire to help us spread awareness and engagement in the issue of hunger in the U.S. Together, Rockwell Art and Framing and Feeding America look to make a material difference in the lives of people struggling with hunger," said Briana Crane, director of development at Feeding America. "‘Framing Hunger’ allows the whole community to participate in solving hunger. Rockwell truly cares.”