Ever seen the CBS show “Amazing Race”?
The fun reality game show features teams of two people racing around the world making pitstops to win prizes in attempt to win the scavenger hunt’s grand prize of $1,000,000. The show is reminiscent of the manic quest for money in the classic movie It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World.
Two years ago, Walmart made a generous $2 billion commitment to fight hunger through 2015 and the company is certainly keeping promises.
Walmart’s “Fighting Hunger Together” campaign makes it easy for you to join the fight against hunger and bring that charitable donation to your very own community through organizations such as The Salvation Army.
Which classic white box do you grab when you’re grocery shopping: crumb cakes, cookies, muffins, or doughnuts?
The delicious sweets of famous bakery Entenmann’s are staples for breakfast time, snack time and especially National Doughnut Day time! That’s why for the second year in a row, Entenmann’s is helping The Salvation Army celebrate the historical day, held this year on June 1st.
In 2001, Kristina Paider was called to serve at Ground Zero following the 9/11 attacks. She was not a first responder, a member of a relief organization, a branch of the military or a minister of faith. She was a volunteer- one of many who, compelled by a sense of familial love and compassion for those suffering in the wake of the disaster, pushed aside her personal life for a month and traveled to New York City to offer her hands and her heart to the recovery process.