Do Good December Update

December 17, 2007 at 1:26 PM Leave a comment

Can you tell I try to stay away from the computer on the weekends? Well, before I hop into bed, here’s a quick round up of what our do goods have been since I last checked in:

12/1 Spread the Sharing
12/2 Good Search
12/3 Donated books to our local library
12/4 Free Rice
12/5 Animal Rescue Site along with its partner sites
12/6 $2 donation to our local food bank via Whole Foods check out
12/7 Donated 500 Starwood member points to the Make a Wish Foundation
12/8 Donation of non-perishable foods for our local food bank via our local movie theater
12/9 Purchased Endangered Species Chocolate Bar which donates “10% net profits…to help support species, habitat and humanity”
12/10 Purchased $25 Kiva gift certificate to give as a Christmas present
12/11 Donated 500 Starwood member points to Unicef
Here’s the update portion:
12/12 Donated $5 to our local food bank via Whole Foods check out
12/13 Major snow storm this day so I made a conscious effort to drive super carefully and let everyone go who was trying to pull out or into a dangerous or tricky spot (sounds like not a lot but when you live in the Northeast, a storm like that is no joking matter!)
12/14 Purchased 2 Happy Babybaby food products which supports Project Peanut Butter (each package helps to feed one child in Malawi)
12/15 Purchased 2 boxes of Arm & Hammer baking soda which will help fund a $50k donation to America’s Second Harvest

Peace out!

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