"When I learned of the hunger crisis affecting kids in my home state of Minnesota, let alone nationwide, I was eager to get involved and do my part to help end this national crisis," Adam said in a statement.
Adam puts a pop spin on the track, while both Jewel and Jay Sean have also recorded their own versions of the song as country- and R&B-influenced tunes. The Owl City rendition is available as a free download on ChildHungerEndsHere.com by entering an eight-digit code that's available on specially marked packages of select ConAgra Foods.
By entering this code, a monetary donation will be made to help provide one meal through Feeding America's network of food banks. So, you're getting a great song and helping to feed a hungry child. It's a win-win.
The goal of the Child Hunger Ends Here campaign is to provide five million donated meals this school year. For more information, and to listen to 'Here's Hope,' visit ChildHungerEndsHere.com.