David Arquette is taking time to help ecomom’s “It’s All Good” initiative feed hungry children.For every purchase made through ecomom.com, no matter how big or small, the site will donate three healthy, nutritious meals for a day for a child between the ages of 4 and 18 months. The goal is to feed at least 100,000 hungry children in the U.S. this year.Throughout the next few months, David, a committed super dad and long-term supporter of Feeding America, will help kick off the initiative with a handful of events at shelters in New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.David’s proven dedication to his daughter and consistent time devoted to Feeding America perfectly align with the ecomom’s ambitions.Ecomom.com is an online retailer that provides access to the world’s best healthy products for kids, moms and families, and is a commitment to social-consciousness. This fundamental principle not only guarantees quality of product, but also cultivates an atmosphere of giving.This is why ecomom’s game changing philanthropic initiative has aligned its goals with concerns of mothers & families everywhere, directing the conversation to address the nearly 1 in 5 American children who receive emergency food assistance each year (3 million of whom are aged five and under). In many ways America is the land of plenty and the privileged. But for these 1 in 5 children, hunger is their reality.For this reason, co-founders Jody Sherman (CEO) and Emily Blakeney (Chief Mom Officer) are championing the “It’s All Good” nation-wide giving initiative to feed children across the U.S.“The first year of solid foods is arguably the most important in our lives,” said Dr. Alan Greene, MD, FAAP, Founder of Dr.Greene.com and ecomom board member. “Babies and toddlers’ growing bodies and brains are built from the food they eat, giving them healthy amounts of great food is one of the bests gifts we can give.”Learn more at ecomom.com/itsallgood.