I basically took the idea of helping a soldier to a company and it was well received, and so many employees had loved ones overseas. With the fact of the need being so great, many people wanted to volunteer goods and it was an instant success.
Wentzville, MO (PRWEB) June 13, 2009
SeedaNeed.com is a good deed organization that has been launched to do good deeds Nation wide, and eventually worldwide. The non-profit organization is a web based program that helps people first recognize how easy it is to change a life by doing good things, and secondly helps users track the good deeds by supplying SeedaNeed Good Deed cards at no cost. The SeedaNeed Good Deed cards have an ID number on the card, the ID is entered to the site seedaneed.com, and the user leaves a comment about the good deed, and then passes the card along. This allows an ongoing string of good deeds that can be watched and tracked for the life of the card.
The recent campaign "Seed a Soldiers Need" has been launched by the project founder Eddie Struckman. "I basically took the idea of helping a soldier to a company and it was well received, and so many employees had loved ones overseas. With the fact of the need being so great, many people wanted to volunteer goods and it was an instant success." Said Struckman in a recent interview
"With so many people having loved ones and family members oversees and serving in the military, this offers a way for the community to come together and help." Said Struckman
The project consists of finding a soldier that is able to receive goods, encouraging people to donate, and sending it off. With the current APO AE mail system it doesn't costs any extra to send to soldiers overseas.
It is very easy to get involved with the "Seed a Soldiers Need" program by just contacting the SeedaNeed organization directly on there website. They are able to supply you or your company and workplace with needed graphics, flyers, boxes, and most importantly SeedaNeed Good Deed Cards. It's as easy as placing a box in a location and encouraging others to fill it with the needed supplies. In every community nationwide there are soldiers that could use an encouragement.
For more information go to the SeedaNeed.com Website SeedaNeed.com