Watch: Maddi’s Fridge read by Blessings in a Backpack supporters

Maddi’s Fridge is a children’s picture book that raises awareness about poverty and hunger by Lois Brandt. Some of our favorite Blessings supporters have volunteered their time and talent to read Maddi’s Fridge! Below, you can watch all the videos we’ve collected so far.

If you’d like to buy a copy of Maddi’s Fridge, here’s the link to buy it on Amazon.

Inspired to help Blessings in a Backpack put food in kids’ backpacks, much like Sofia helped Maddi? Come together as a family, classroom, or troop to collect money and donate it to Blessings in a Backpack. Your act of kindness will help prevent weekend hunger!

In Maddi’s Fridge, Cheesy Pizza Bombs are a frozen food that are more of a treat than a nutritious meal. Luis, Sofia’s little brother, reeeeally wants his mom to serve Cheesy Pizza Bombs for dinner. And we’ve got the recipe from the author Lois Brandt. Click here!

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Blessings supporters read Maddi's Fridge

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Maddi’s Fridge read by Blessings in a Backpack supporter Jennifer Garner. Video brought to you by the SAG-AFTRA Foundation.

Maddi’s Fridge read by Gorp the puppet, Blessings in a Backpack supporter and partner of the Louisville Free Public Library. Follow Gorp on IG: @hiyogorp

Maddi’s Fridge read by Bo Outlaw, Orlando Magic Community Ambassador, retired NBA player, and Blessings in a Backpack supporter in Orlando, Florida.

Maddi’s Fridge read by “Farmer Nick,” host of Netflix’s Emmy-nominated show Instant Dream House, urban gardener, and a friend of Blessings in a Backpack.

Maddi’s Fridge read by Monica Hardin, Emmy-award winning journalist, motivational speaker, and Miss Kentucky 2001.

Maddi’s Fridge read by the University of Louisville men’s and women’s soccer teams. UofL student-athletes volunteer with and support Blessings in a Backpack programs in Louisville, Kentucky.

Wyatt Haynes, board chair of the Blessings in a Backpack First Coast Chapter, reads Maddi’s Fridge to 5th graders at Hogan Spring Glen Elementary in Jacksonville, Florida.