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Kate Hudson, Michael Kors explain how you can help fight hunger

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Friday is World Hunger Day, and actress Kate Hudson and designer Michael Kors visit TODAY to talk about the “Watch Hunger Stop” campaign, through which purchases of such items as watches and T-shirts can contribute to meals for hungry children. “Since 2013, we’ve delivered 10 million meals to kids around the world,” Kors says. “You don’t have to do a lot to make a difference,” Hudson adds.