Thursday, September 16, 2010

Lets help end childhood hunger in America!!!

I was just informed about this virtual sandwich swap 'n' share program that will benefit Share Our Strength. They are the leading non-profit organization ending childhood hunger in America.

Want to help? All you have to do is visit Hellmann's page on Facebook where you can create a sandwich on the application. For every sandwich built Hellman's will make a donation to Share Our Strength and hey, why not share a sandwich with a friend? When you do an additional donation will be made as part of Hellman's $75,000 commitment to support Share our Strength.

Alright  my friends lets get to it and make some sandwiches to help end childhood hunger in America! Click here to make yours!


disclosure- I was not paid for this post in anyway. I was entered to win a gift from the Hellmann's program for posting.

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting such a worthy cause!

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    Jeanette :)

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  2. I am now following you thanks to Friendly Friday and it would be nice if you could share the love back on my blog!
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  5. Thanks for posting this...I just made a sandwich! I'm a new follower from the Friday Blog Hop.

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  6. Thanks for posting this...I just made a sandwich! I'm a new follower from the Friday Blog Hop.
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  7. Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting... I am now following and looking forward to reading more of your stuff.
    All the best,
    Kim

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