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Stories from across America

May 2nd
Whitney from It’s Gravy, Baby took the idea of a community toy chest, and donated toys for children who like to play outdoors in her community to share. See more about her outdoorsy donation here.  
May 2nd
Andrea from Adventures in All Things Food decided to give to a local HeadStart program.  She knows that kids need to play, and she wanted to help make sure they were able to have fun!  Find out what she gave here.
May 2nd
Charity from The Coupon Snob used her networking skills to get jerseys donated for her local community center’s basketball team!  Find out what else she gave in her Game Day Challenge here.
May 2nd
Jessica from Hungry Harps donated a ton of items to the Children’s Receiving Center of Sacramento.  You have to see to believe how much she was able to give.  Check it out here.
May 2nd
Kristen from Our Ordinary Life got her little girl involved in donating to her local Boys & Girls Club.  Check out how her daughter was able to gather a box full of sports equipment here.
May 2nd
Not only did Megan from Half-Pint Handouts and her daughters purchase sports equipment to donate to kids in need, they also MADE beanbags!  How cool is that? Check out their thoughtful donation here.
May 2nd
Crystal from A Pumpkin and A Princess mobilized her family, friends…and her young daughter, to gather donations for the Boys & Girls Club.  Check out her colorful contributions here.  
May 2nd
Mariah from Formula Mom knows hows important it is teach children to be active when they’re young.  Take a look at her super adorable Toddler Game Day here.
May 2nd
Jayna from Behind the Studio knew exactly what would get kids moving…volleyball!  See more about her donation to the Christian Care Center here.
April 30th
Angie from My Four Monkeys organized a playground equipment drive with her children for her church’s bus ministry.  In addition to bussing children to the church, the ministry sponsors tons of fun events for the kids that they serve!  See …

How it works: Gather your family, friends, and co-workers to participate in a Odwalla Game Day Challenge by hosting a basketball, baseball, kickball, football, softball, or other kind of ball game. Have each person bring new or gently used sporting equipment! Give the sporting equipment to an organization in your community that serves children (like a school, shelter, rec league or nonprofit). Then click here to send us your great Report and Photos!

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