SeedANeed is a Program to Spread Good Deeds Nationwide

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The up and coming project called SeedANeed.com has done it again. Since there launch this March the "good deeds" project has done a lot for the local community and is looking to branch out.

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It is really our desire to get this project launched nationwide. We are all big thinkers and we see the potential that this project has in changing lives. We really need to get the help of businesses, churches, schools to get the word out. We need people to realize the power that this project has and that one deed can change someone's day or life.

The up and coming project called SeedANeed.com has done it again. Since there launch this March the "good deeds" project has done a lot for the local community and is looking to branch out.

Project director Eddie Struckman says the project is all about first helping others, then encouraging and teaching others to do the same. So far since the launch the SeedANeed.com team has passed out free Chap Stick at the cardinals opening day game, gave away free food at Arby's, launched a huge good deeds campaign at the University of Missouri, did free oil changes for veterans, and an Easter egg hunt for needy children. According to the SeedANeed team this is only the beginning.

"It is really our desire to get this project launched nationwide. We are all big thinkers and we see the potential that this project has in changing lives. We really need to get the help of businesses, churches, schools to get the word out. We need people to realize the power that this project has and that one deed can change someone's day or life." Said Chris Norman project manager

The project is thought to be cleaver and really ingenious. The SeedANeed.com site is set up like a database of good deeds. The project team is passing out free SeedANeed cards anywhere and everywhere. On each card there is a unique ID #, so when you do a good deed for someone you can give them the card, they can then register the card online and talk about the good deed. At this point the card holder is instructed on ways to pass the card along with another good deed. Since each good deed is logged on the site you can track the deeds with the ID# for every entry, even internationally. The project is totally free and allows the participants to feel connected with the card and the deeds.

Keep on the look out for a SeedANeed card, or an event in your area. The SeedANeed team is ready to go big.

For more information check out SeedaNeed.com

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