Donate To Charity And Send Free Gluten Free Gifts This Month

Happy December to all of our gluten free readers! First, we want to thank you for making our Joy Mission so successful in November. We gave away 180 gluten free holiday prize packs during the month and had fun doing it! Second, we are announcing the next phase of our Joy Mission program for the remainder of 2011. Below are two ways you can help us spread the gluten free joy now through December 31st.

  1. Los Angeles Regional FoodbankFood Bank of Central & Eastern North CarolinaFood Bank Of The RockiesLike Us For Charity
    For every new like we get on our Facebook page now through December 31st, we will donate one meal to a food bank near you (up to 40,000 meals). Participating food banks include: Food Bank of the Rockies, Los Angeles Regional Foodbank, and Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina.
  • Gluten Free GiftSend FREE Udi’s Gifts To Your Friends
    Already like us on Facebook? We’re giving you a chance to spread some gluten free joy of your own. Send any three Facebook friends a FREE Udi’s Gift bundle now through December 31st. (Friends must reside in the U.S.)

 

These gift bundles are perfect for anyone on your list — a gluten free family member, a health-minded friend interested in trying gluten free foods, or someone you know who doesn’t think gluten free can taste THIS good!

Hurry,
because we are only giving away 10,000 gifts!  Click here to get started.

 

What else will you be doing this month to help spread joy? 

 

20 Responses to “Donate To Charity And Send Free Gluten Free Gifts This Month”

  1. Megan says:

    I will donate toys to a local shelter to spread joy

  2. Keri says:

    Donating Christmas presents to the Church to help those around us.

  3. Kaija says:

    Feeling the joy by donating toys, food, socks, and other items to those needing them!!!!

  4. Janelle says:

    Give money for needed items for our Compassion child in Africa. Giving to family & loved ones in various ways.

  5. Mary Smith says:

    Adopted a family through my husbands job. We will be sending food and toy’s.We can’t send much but with everyone at his job helping,it will end up being a unexpected very merry Christmas for a deserving family.

  6. Angela says:

    Donating to a local charity with co-workers.

  7. christine says:

    making special xmas memories with my son !

  8. deb says:

    Helping my Mother to get her home decorated for Christmas and volunteering at Senior Center or Library; whoever needs me most.

  9. Yvette says:

    I will try to help out with the homeless a little more and try to give to charity,

  10. 1955nurse says:

    I’m adding toys & foods to the collection boxes in our town for Military kids & those who cannot afford a Christmas dinner. I’d do more, but I lost my job so I’m doing what I can!

  11. MARY MCLAIN says:

    II am doing random acts of kindness in December to spread joy and cheer.

  12. Catherine says:

    Donating for for Toys for Tots and giving food to our local food bank.

  13. Nina Infante says:

    I will spend more time being neighborly with my actual neighbors, which I had taken for granted.

  14. Beth K says:

    I always give dontations as gifts for others, or ask that others not give me gifts and instead make donations.

  15. Marilyn Hagan says:

    I will smile more and speak to people as I am out and about hoping to brighten their day a bit by a kind word from a stranger… It’s an easy thing to do and hopefully make someone that might be feeling down and out a bit happier..

  16. Colleen says:

    Donating gifts to a family "adopted" by my children’s school

  17. Nikki says:

    give toy to orphan and donate my time to help those in need

  18. Kathy says:

    Sending out xmas cards and baked goods to loved ones!

  19. Danielle says:

    Paying it forward by getting gifts for friends who don’t expect it!

  20. Sarah says:

    Can’t pass a toy donation box, X-mas tree ornament tag, or food box without donating. I feel so blessed that I am able to share my joy by giving to others.

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