PHOENIX - The tallest building in Arizona is set to turn orange to support Hunger Action Month.
For the third year in a row all 483-feet of Chase Tower in downtown Phoenix will be glowing orange as a beacon to raise awareness of child hunger.
The first night the tower will be illuminated is “Go Orange Day” on September 5 at sunset. The tower will be lit every following Thursday and darkened at 11 p.m.
Other buildings like Jeweler's Building in Chicago, the Illinois State Capitol Building and the PECO building in Philadelphia will also glow as they are part of the "Light Up Hunger" initiative.
In honor of Hunger Action Month, St. Mary’s food bank, is hosting "30 ways in 30 days" events to help stop hunger.
You can visit firstfoodbank.org for more ways to help.
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