Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Eleventh Hour Team11 Donation Record

On Nov. 11, 2011, as part of a special "Eleventh Hour Challenge" to combat local and global hunger a call to action was put out to donate nonperishable food to local food shelves. This was step 2 in a 3 step challenge. If you donated food to your area food shelf, please post a comment to this blog entry with the following information:

* Where was the food donated?
* If you're willing to share: Give us a glimpse of what was donated? (Recommended ideas of what to donate but not required: 11 pounds, or 11 items or $11 worth of non-perishable food. You're your own best judge of what you can do.)

If you are just learning about this event, please consider it YOUR call to action and even if the date has passed, please still consider making a donation and letting us know. Thanks!

Please also consider playing for the group TEAM11. That is the first item in this 3-step challenge.

Part of the impact of social networking, is seeing how powerful we can be when we inspire each other, work together, share our ideas and encourage others to do the same. So step 3 is to challenge 11 other people with the three-step challenge. So pass this on and let's make a difference in the fight against local and global hunger!

Please click here to check the original challenge or to get more specific directions on any of the steps.


  1. I bought a few items trying to get to at least 11 pounds of donations to kick off the Eleventh Hour Challenge food drive. I was pleasantly surprised to see that it added up to 30 pounds!! Woohoo! I'm donating my items to the Central Lakes College food shelf which helps college students/college students' families in need.

  2. Went to local grocery store because I knew they were sponsoring the food shelf this month. I was going to donate $11, but the donation slips were for $2.99 each - so I bought 4 of them!

    Go Team 11