Friday, October 10, 2008

A special word from one of our new partners, The Good Deed Foundation.

In a world short on time and money, Good Deed Foundation offers people simple acts that can help provide lasting solutions for women and families in poverty and climate change. Through everyday activities such as grocery shopping, recycling and going online, consumers can convert a simple act into a world of good. You can make a difference simply through your next trip to the grocery store. Now through October 18, Cabot Creamery is donating 5% of sales of 8 oz. Cabot cheese bars (whether or not those packages carry the Good Deed logo) sold in NY, NJ and CT to Good Deed Foundation to help provide lasting solutions for women and families living in poverty in our local communities and with your help, women could lead easier lives. We can’t do this alone! That’s why we’re reaching out to you, Curby readers and subscribers. Whatever you can do, we’d certainly appreciate it. For more information, please contact me, Karina Vigo, at 212-996-0443 or

Thank you in advance for your help and support, Karina.

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