December 30, 2015

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Sure you can just read every word on our blog, but maybe you like your Goodness sorted for you.  Go here for Feeling Good posts, here for Doing Good posts and here for when you need to Laugh Loud.  Also, don't forget to Join Us so that endless Good can wash over your body. Joining our mailing list is 100% free AND we offer a 500% money back guarantee on your membership.  Not happy with your free membership?  We will refund 5 times your $0 membership fee.

 

 

Surprise! Good Things Did Happen in 2015

No doubt there were some horrific and deeply saddening events that took place in 2015.  The thing is, if you watch the news you would think that is ALL that took place in 2015.

Our List of Food Organizations Fighting the Good Fight in 2015

At Limitless Good we always want to shine the spotlight on the GOOD and POSITIVE that is happening all around us.  Unfortunately, the stuff that normally does not make the news.  

We started coming up with a list of various non-profits and organizations that were having a very positive impact when it comes to providing healthy food options to millions of people around the world.  

Then we saw what our friends at Food Tank did and let's change the title...

Our Food Tank List of Food Organizations Fighting the Good Fight in 2015

Why reinvent the wheel?  Food Tank has created an incredible list of 116 organizations that are set to make a major positive impact in 2016.  Here it is in their own words...

"This year, Food Tank is featuring 116 organizations you may not have heard about, but should look out for over the new year. These organizations may not be well-known, but are deserving of the spotlight because of their vital contributions to creating a better food system.

Food Tank is proud to bring attention to organizations dedicated to alleviating childhood poverty, empowering women to become financially independent through food and farming, preventing postharvest losses and food waste, cultivating the next generation of agricultural leaders, implementing true cost accounting in the food system, putting farmers’ in the driver’s seat of research and development, and innovating the way food is grown in cities."

So, stop reading this now and jump over to the Food Tank List of 116 Orgs to Watch in 2016!

 


Dan Nessel
Dan Nessel

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