Spread the Sharing: Country Crock will donate a meal for every story you share!

countrycrock_tcm23-6211.gifShedd’s Spread Country Crock will donate a meal to America’s Second Harvest for every story of you share! As of this very moment the Spread the Sharing campaign has donated 5,319 meals to families in need! It’s so simple that the only thing it will cost you to participate, is about 10 minutes of your time.

Think about something you did to share with someone else. What has someone else done to share with you? Share your story, and instantly you can help provide a meal for a person in need.

The media message on the site notes that volunteerism is at a 30-year high. Those numbers are comprised mainly of 3 main groups; teens, baby boomers and senior citizens.

Country Crock is donating up to 1 million meals in exchange for sharing a story of generosity that you have participated in. After sharing your experience, you will be notified of its acceptance via e-mail,; check back to the site to view your submission. Please make sure to leave your comment on the Spread the Sharing website by clicking on the link.

Can’t think of anything? Then I think you’ve got some homework to do…

Giving doesn’t get any easier than this my friends!

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16 Responses to “Spread the Sharing: Country Crock will donate a meal for every story you share!”

  1. Heather April 19, 2007 at 4:34 pm #

    There is quite a big difference in age between my little sister and I and now that she is getting older I have come to realize that a lot of my old stuff that gave me so much pleasure when I was younger could now be enjoyed by my sister. So I gave some of my old barbie dolls to her. They were her first and it made me think back to when my older cousins gave me theirs!

  2. barbara May 3, 2007 at 3:12 am #

    My neighbors, knowing that all my family lives far away from me try to make all the holidays special for me. They invite me to have a meal with them and their children. We spend many happy hours together talking about everything under the sun and laughing. They are caring, loving and helpful young people. The world should have more like them and I am very grateful.

  3. claren stephens May 14, 2007 at 2:39 am #

    me and my family always see homeless people were we live 2 years ago one thanksgiving we made a diner for him.it was so much food that we took the homeless people to the shelter and gave every body food

  4. kathryn May 15, 2007 at 8:05 pm #

    We were driving down the strreet one evening when it was still light out and we had just come fromthe store and bought a rotisserie chicken of what we like to do at times! I did not get to the bank that day and the chicken was for our dinner that night! At the time we approached the light their was a man standing in the road saying ona sign need foos hungry!

    we all looked as we passed when the light changed !We lookedat ewach other and our choicken we bought that night for dinner and my sdaughter said i am not that hungry let’s give the chicken to that man is is hungry!
    So, we drove back and gave our dinner to the man who was hungry and had no food! we went home that night and found a can of soup and we had that for our dinner and said a prayer to God that we would not find that man there the cest day!

    Kathy and family, Orlando fl.

  5. kduffy June 7, 2007 at 7:06 pm #

    It was 1988 and my mother did not have any money for Christmas. No gifts or big dinner for me and my lil sister. My mother was expecting a baby, and things were REALLY tight and a lil scary. Our neighbors invited us for christmas dinner, and thier kids let us play with thier toys for christmas. Nobody made us feel bad for being poor. They shared what they had, making it a great holiday for all of us.

  6. Stephanie June 10, 2007 at 11:53 am #

    you know how all those clothes that are still perfectly fine but just too small for you ?
    You have 2 options, either you give them to younger siblings, but if they are too young and can’t wait that long, then you can give them to charity.
    well when that happens to me, which is a lot, i fill the bag with all the clothes and go straigh to the ‘croix rouge’ (I live in France) and give them the bag to give to the homeless.

  7. Stephanie June 10, 2007 at 11:59 am #

    also , another story.
    The other day I was in Cannes (France, …where the cannes movie festival is) and was walking down to the shops. As I walked passed, I saw a homeless young lady with a 2 year old child, the child was crying really hard, andI felt very bad for her. the woman didn’t know how to calm her.
    Suddenly the girl stopped, and fainted in her mums arms. I’m not sure what happened but the lady started screaming shaking the baby.
    When I understood i ran to her with my friend , laid the girl on the ground and try to make her drink some water. Eventually she woke up, and cried again. But she was looking much less pale.
    Before we left we gave the woman and her child enough money to buy food and drink for both of them.
    She thanked us and we even got a weak smile from the girl

  8. julie June 11, 2007 at 3:39 am #

    one day i saw a homeless person and i felt bad so i gave him some money

  9. shady June 11, 2007 at 3:42 am #

    my brother wanted some of my drink and i was mad but i shared it with him b/c he is my brother and you should celebrate every single moment of life with family friend and people

  10. caroline June 11, 2007 at 3:44 am #

    i bag my clothes and toys that i dont need or are two small or whatever and give it to a charity

  11. brittany b June 11, 2007 at 3:49 am #

    i try to share the word of god with everyone i see and let people know that i am a true christian just by looking at me and let people be saved by god and let them now if they are in a time of need that god always loves them and cares for everyone and can save you for the darkest days

    remember god always will love you and care for you

    peace be with you

  12. kelly June 11, 2007 at 3:52 am #

    my aunt was driving along the road and it was raining really hard and she pulled up to a red light and their was a homeless woman their looking very sad and my aunt gave her her umbrellla and coat

    God is always with you

  13. tempas June 11, 2007 at 3:54 am #

    my daughter and her friend were playing and she let her friend use her crayons

  14. celeste June 11, 2007 at 3:57 am #

    at my school our like secretary lady always has candy out and she is the sweetest person on earth she is just like take some candy with you i love her she is just a wonderful person

  15. Diane August 8, 2007 at 11:53 pm #

    Every Christmas Morning we volunteer our time to prepare food for Meals on Wheels which is then delivered to homebound elderly adults. It’s amazing to see their faces light up when we knock on the door Christmas morning. We suddenly become family.

  16. Greg August 8, 2007 at 11:58 pm #

    When I was in the Army my wife and I would invite single soldiers over to share Thanksgiving dinner with us. After dessert we would play cards and listen to music. They really appreciated the companionship when they were so far from home.

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