When it comes to opinions (egg salad is disgusting) and workload (delegating is the new micromanaging), you’re happy to share. So put that generous spirit to work for childhood hunger. Nonprofit Share Our Strength has a bunch of easy (and tasty) ways to help: Taste of the Nation What: Celeb chefs of acclaimed local restos cook up treats at soirees in 43 U.S. cities. Why: These are top chefs. How: Volunteer for events, be a committee member, and sell tickets. Great American Bake Sale What: Host a bake sale in which proceeds benefit kids in your community. Why: Let the children eat cake. How: Whip up delicious treats and enlist local bakeries to help. Great American Dine Out What: September 20-26, restaurants across America will donate a percentage of proceeds to the cause. Why: Dining out never tasted so good. How: Help enlist local spots as a Dine Out Ambassador and visit participating establishments that week. A Tasteful Pursuit What: Culinary masters (think Daniel Boulud, Michelle Bernstein) host intimate tastings where each famed chef prepares a course. Why: This is anything but trivial. How: Buy a seat or go in with pals for the entire table. Operation Frontline What: An educational series on nutrition, healthy cooking, and finance. Why: You’re hot for teacher. How: Donate your financial, cooking, or nutritional skills as a teacher or volunteer to organize.