Florida Georgia Line are using their fame for a worthwhile cause. The duo, made up of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, have been announced as the headlining artists for Outnumber Hunger.

General Mills and FGL's label, Big Machine Records, have partnered with the organization once again to fight the epidemic of hunger across the country, with an estimated one in six Americans struggling with the issue.

“Just want to let you guys know that we’re this year’s headline artists for Outnumber Hunger,” Kelley boasts, showing off their faces on a box of Cheerios.

As part of the initiative, starting on April 14, boxes of General Mills cereal will be specially marked with a code that can be entered on Outnumber Hunger's website. For every code entered, 55.5 cents will be donated to Feeding America through Jan. 15, 2015, which is enough to provide five meals through local food banks.

The issue of hunger in America is a cause that's close to the guys' hearts. They have recently signed on to perform a benefit for Second Harvest Food Bank, which works to end hunger in local communities. FGL will return for the third year to play for the Stars for the Second Harvest benefit concert, which will be held at the Ryman Auditorium on June 3.

Other artists on Big Machine are also working with Outnumber Hunger, including Rascal Flatts, the Band Perry, Brantley Gilbert and Justin Moore. To find out how to help, or to make a donation, click here.

Florida Georgia Line will continue their Here's to the Good Times Tour on April 9 in Abbotsford, Canada. They will kick off their summer This Is How We Roll Tour on May 30 in Springdale, Ark. See a list of all of their upcoming shows here.