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Category Archives: Working Together for Good

Share the Harvest from a Backyard Garden

Posted on September 5th, 2013

Posted by Jennifer A. DiGiovanni, guest blogger With backyard garden harvest season upon us, you may be searching for ways to use your bumper crop of produce. Vegetables can be worked into large batches of soups or sauces, which—along with fresh berries—will freeze well. Another idea is canning fruits and incorporating them into jams and jellies [...]

Meet our 50 States for Good Judges

Posted on September 1st, 2013

Posted by Rob, Brand Manager of Citizen Engagement If you follow us on Facebook, you probably have heard us talk a lot about 50 States for Good ™ – our initiative to help support the grassroots community projects of 501c(3) nonprofits across the U.S.  You can read more about 50 States for Good ™ on our website. [...]

Should You Donate Natural Products to Shelters and Food Pantries?

Posted on August 31st, 2013

Posted by Deirdre Mundy, guest blogger Imagine that you woke up one morning, and your family had nothing. No shelter, no possessions, no food, and no way to earn income. You’d have to depend on the kindness of strangers to feed, clothe, and bathe your children. Would you be able to maintain a healthy and [...]

Cruelty free “ice cream” from just one ingredient!

Posted on August 22nd, 2013

Posted by Bridget, Community Manager Because Tom’s of Maine is a cruelty free company, we are often the toothpaste company of choice for vegan consumers. While we are not all of us on staff eat a vegan diet, we do appreciate healthy recipes, and this cruelty free ‘ice cream” fits both bills. Ingredients Bananas. That’s [...]

Tom’s employees volunteer together at annual Goodness Day

Posted on July 8th, 2013

What better way to demonstrate to the community that Tom’s of Maine employees walk the talk than by getting together to volunteer? Check out this video of our recent Goodness Day: Do you volunteer for a local nonprofit? Nominate the nonprofit where YOU volunteer in our annual 50 States for Good by 5 PM ET [...]