In partnership with Save the Children and No Kid Hungry, all donations will be given to schools and community programmes designed to keep "brains and bellies full".
So far, the likes of Laura Dern, Margot Robbie and Demi Lovato have taken part.
If you want to get involved, make sure to follow @savewithstories.
British Hoste supper club and lifestyle brand founder Laura Jackson is here to inspire fellow Instagram users to skip the supermarket queues and make the most of the food in their cupboards.
From poached pears accompanied with ice cream to homemade margaritas, Jackson has encouraged others to #MakeAMealOfIt with candlelit dinners enjoyed over FaceTime, HouseParty and Skype.
If you're willing to get creative in the kitchen with a glass of vino to hand, share your dishes using the hashtag #MakeAMealOfIt.
Buy Aussie Now
With our doors closed for an uncertain period of time, it's a difficult period for business owners.
So we have welcomed the Instagram initiative Buy Aussie Now with open arms, as it is designed to help support local businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.
Created by founder of marketing company Catchy Media, Mitch Catlin, the aim is to connect business owners and employees in uncertain times.
The neighbourly postcard movement
After feeling helpless watching the daily onslaught of anxiety-inducing news unfold, Becky Wass from Cornwall, England came up with a touching way to spread joy in difficult times.
In order to help the most vulnerable members of society, Wass created a support card which people can post through the letterboxes of neighbours who are self-isolating.
Those wishing to help others can offer up their services whether that means grabbing a food shop, picking up urgent supplies or popping to the local post office.
The initiative soon went viral with people using the form to help those in need.
If you wish to get involved, you can download the form here and can encourage others to join in using the #ViralKindness hashtag.
A front row seat at Instagram gigs
Who could have imagined that we'd be able to bag free tickets to see some of our favourite artists?
New initiative #TogetherAtHome is a collaboration between WHO and Global Citizen and has seen some of the world's most famous faces perform songs live on Instagram.
So far, the likes of John Legend, Chris Martin and Pink have taken part.
This article originally appeared on marie claire Australia.