I can vouch for So Delicious: since I don't eat chocolate, I have only tried their Soy vanilla frozen dessert (which is yummy), but some of their other flavors sound incredible. Chocolate Obsession. Mint Marble Fudge. They've got sandwiches and fudge bars. The also have a line of coconut milk products, including a coconut milk ice cream in coconut, vanilla and mango that I have tried, all of which are to die for. I've also tried their strawberry coconut milk yogurt drink, and their soy and coconut milk. And the great thing is you can get coupons on their website.
The campaign is only good on the frozen treats, but the other products are worth a try if you are lactose intolerant, or choose not to eat dairy.
I decided to check out Brees Foundation because I know nothing about it. It was apparently founded by New Orleans Quarterback Drew Brees and his wife Brittany:
The Brees Dream Foundation was founded in 2003 with a mission to improve the quality of life for cancer patients, and provide care, education and opportunities for children and families in need.Brittany and Drew Brees and the Brees Dream Foundation have collectively committed and/or contributed more than $11,000,000 to charitable causes and academic institutions in the New Orleans, San Diego and West Lafayette/Purdue communities. Some of the Brees Dream Foundation’s most recent commitments include:
- Partnering with Nike and the Allstate Sugar Bowl to support the City of New Orleans and Mayor Mitch Landrieu in providing funding as part of $23 million in improvements to transform Joe Brown Park into a world-class, regional park to enable children and families to be healthy and active.
- Contributing $1,000,000 in funding for the renovation project at the American Cancer Society Patrick F. Taylor Hope Lodge.
- Contributing $295,000 for the “Peek-A-Boo Camera Project", which will include 51 cameras at Ochsner Medical Center (42 NICU, 6 LDR and 3 antepartum).
- Contributing $100,000 to complete funding for the GW Carver Field of Dreams.
- Contributing a total of $150,000 equally between KIPP Charter Schools and Teach for America.
- Contributing $80,000 to Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego.
- Contributing $50,000 to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana.
- Contributing $50,000 to St. Michael’s Special School.
- Contributing $125,000 to Tad Gormley Stadium Renovation.
- Contributing $50,000 to the Purdue Athletes Life Success Program.
- Contributing $35,000 to the San Diego Armed Services YMCA.
- Contributing $50,000 to the New Orleans Ballet Association.
In case you are wondering, this is not a paid sponsorship, I just want to share a good thing.
For other free, fun and easy ways to give to charity, check out my other post.