Glad to be A Good Cookie

posted on: Thursday, December 6, 2012

One of my favorite things to do during the Holidays is a cookie exchange. You bake a bunch of cookies and get together with friends who have also baked cookies and then you swap your treats. At the end you leave with a variety of cookies. It's that simple and that fun.

This year I've teamed up with Glad Product Company and Daily Buzz Food and stepped up my cookie exchange a notch to help the organization Cookies for Kid's Cancer.

Today Pediatric cancer is the number one cause of death by disease of children in the U.S, due in large part to the need for funding for research into new and improved therapies. Glad is proud to continue it's long-standing support of Cookies for Kid's Cancer and is calling on all of us to help by participating in their Glad Holiday Cookie Exchange.

When you register your cookie exchange Glad will donate $1 for every cookie exchanged. Yesterday we exchanged 144 cookies between 6 of us which means that not only did we get to girl talk, eat cookies, and share recipes, we were also able to raise money for a good cause. 

Thank you ladies for making yesterday so fun!

It was wonderful to come home to my kids and eat cookies with them during our afternoon snack time.

If you're planning on baking up a storm this Holiday season do consider hosting a cookie exchange and registering it with Cookies for Kid's Cancer so that for every cookie you swap Glad can donate $1 to an important cause.

If you don't have time to host a cookie exchange you can send a virtual cookie instead. It's fun and simple, and Glad will make a donation for every virtual cookie you send.

I hope you'll join in on the fun!

I have partnered with The Glad Products Company through DailyBuzz to help promote their Food Storage products. I have been compensated for my time commitment to work with this product. However, my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments. Thank you GLAD!


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