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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Helping A Good Cause -- For Free.

Posted By on Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 11:22 AM

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The Arkansas Foodbank Network helps feed thousands of hungry Arkansas families each and every day.  And right now, you can help them out in two separate ways - that won't cost you a dime.

First off, there's the Chicken of the Sea Jingle Jam.  Folks all over the country are voting on who's doing a great job with the company's jingle.  Brent Walker's twin sisters have an entry in the contest - and if they win, the prize is a trip to Universal Studios in Hollywood.  But the bigger winner is the Foodbank, which would receive a whole truckload of food.  Check out the local entry here.

Then there's the Spread the Sharing promotion through Country Crock.  You go online here, share a story about a giving or sharing experience you've enjoyed, and a donation is made to America's Second Harvest.  Arkansas Foodbank Network is part of that big enterprise, by the way.

Just two ways to help quell the hunger of Arkansans with just a couple of clicks of the mouse.

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