A SOCIETY OF GOOD EGGS
Join the millions of Americans who volunteer their time and effort to help give back to their communities.
SOURCE: The Corporation for National and Community Service
61.8 million Americans volunteered in 2008, the largest number since 2005.
Last year, Americans spent approximately 8.1 billion hours giving back to their communities.
Top volunteer activities include:
2. Collecting and distributing food
3. General labor
Egg farmers of America annually donate 12 million eggs annually to Feeding America. Now they're encouraging you to join in, too.
See Buxr deal http://www.buxr.com/deal/good-.....search/egg
If you hurry, you'll be rewarded.
See where all the "Good Eggs" are - http://www.goodeggproject.org/map-the-pledge
Pledge to be a Good Egg by:
Eating more healthfully.
Helping my family eat more nutritiously.
Being active three days each week.
Volunteering at a local food bank at least once a month.
Creating a care package for someone at a local shelter.
Helping serve meals at a local soup kitchen.
Gathering clothes from neighbors and donating them to a homeless shelter.
Organizing a group to clean up a park in my neighborhood.
Volunteering at an animal shelter.
Mentoring a student in need.
Organizing a local food drive.
Recycling and reducing my carbon footprint.
Spread the word on your blog or Web site.
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