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Today is a special, special day my friends.
Today I’m declaring, right alongside Tom’s of Maine, a Day of Good!
Today is a day-long celebration of creating meaningful goodness across #50StatesforGood. There are all kinds of goodness happening today, including Twitter Parties, day-long discussions to bring about awareness of the 50 States for Good campaign, and even a Twitter Chat with Miss Anna Sophia Robb and Tom’s of Maine tonight [get more details on the twitter parties below].
What is the 50 States for Good?
This campaign is all about growing grassroots community projects in all fifty states and the District of Columbia. Tom’s of Maine started this program back in November of 2009 and were able to award 5 501c (3) nonprofit organizations chosen by consumers with $20,000. That’s amazing, right? Well, they have much, much bigger plans this year!
At the end of this year, Tom’s of Maine will have awarded $1,150,000 to nonprofits across America through the 50 States for Good program!
How can you help?
I’m calling on SEBG readers to help Tom’s of Maine with the #50StatesforGood program and here’s how. You have 2 ways to get involved:
It’s super easy to do, seriously, it’ll take you less than 10 minutes and you give your local nonprofit of choice a chance at receiving $10,000! Imagine how much that can do for small grassroots organizations in your area!
That’s right – Tom’s of Maine is making it simply for you to help. A quick tweet or Facebook share of a virtual volunteering act will help re-build Detroit’s Knudsen Park! Not only are you driving awareness of the great program, but you’re virtually helping rebuild this park at the same time!