Celebrate Good Deeds to Help Donate 160,000 Meals to Feeding America

Do you want toCelebrate Good Deeds to Help Donate 160,000 Meals to Feeding America?

If so, Santa Cruz Organic® will celebrate good deeds and the spirit of helping others with the launch of the Sweet Deed Society at www.facebook.com/santacruzorganic. For each daily sweet deed nomination submitted, Santa Cruz Organic will donate five dollars to Feeding America®, up to $20,000 – that will help provide 160,000 meals ($1 donated provides the equivalent of 8 meals secured by Feeding America® on behalf of local food banks) for families struggling with hunger across the country. In the economy, families are struggling more than ever.

Become a member of the Sweet Deed Society on the Santa Cruz Organic Facebook page and then nominate a friend who has done a good deed. Participants will also be entered into a grand prize drawing for a chance to win weekly prizes and one of two beach vacations, awarded as a $3,500 check. To help acknowledge their good deed, the nominee can also accept their nomination, join the Sweet Deed Society, and be entered for their own chance to win.

As the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity, Feeding America® knows the value of a good deed. Santa Cruz Organic is proud to partner with them and help further their mission to feed America’s hungry and engage the country in the fight to end hunger.

If you haven’t heard of Santa Cruz Organic before, they were the first to have a wide range of organic, 100 percent juices and blends and the first juice processor to use all organic fruit sourced from growers certified by an independent, third-party certification organization. With a history of developing innovative products, Santa Cruz Organic currently offers more than 80 organic items ranging from organic fruit juices and sparkling beverages to organic fruit sauces, chocolate syrups, peanut butters and fruit spreads. Visit www.santacruzorganic.com or www.facebook.com/santacruzorganic for more information.

Great cause, great charity, what are you waiting for?