Look who’s talking. . .

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 8:40 pm December 7, 2009

Just in case you haven’t heard, LOTS of people are talking about Cookies for Kids’ Cancer these days. Just to name a few. . .

The one and only Joan Cusack appeared on the Today Show 4th hour with Hoda and Kathie Lee, plus The Martha Stewart Show, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and Wake up with Al Roker. On each program, she spoke to the need for pediatric cancer research funds as well as the amazing opportunity for your support to go twice as far this holiday season thanks to the Glad Products Company. Glad is matching all funds raised by Cookies this holiday season, up to $100,000, and Joan Cusack used her time to encourage viewers everywhere to get involved in our cause. . .

Then, co-founder Gretchen Witt, with kids Liam and Ella, is featured in O the Magazine for December 2009, with an amazing article about the beginnings of this non-profit and the profound need for funds. Have you bought your copy? Just in case, read below. . .

O the Magazine featured Cookies for Kids' Cancer co-founder Gretchen Witt with Liam and Ella in the December 2009 issue (with Ellen DeGeneres on the cover).

O the Magazine featured Cookies for Kids' Cancer co-founder Gretchen Witt with Liam and Ella in the December 2009 issue (with Ellen DeGeneres on the cover).

After that, our Cookies for Kids’ Cancer cookies – with four new flavors to choose from – received a lovely mention in Family Circle Magazine’s Inner Circle. Check it out. . .

Family Circle Magazine's Inner Circle highly recommended our Cookies as holiday gifts.

Family Circle Magazine's Inner Circle highly recommended our Cookies as holiday gifts.

Then came the Holiday Gift Guides. . .Parade Magazine, Ladies’ Home Journal, and Redbook all recommended our cookies to readers as a perfect gift to give during the holidays.

Finally, other blogs started mentioning Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. . .sharing personal stories of hope and inspiration at bake sales across the country, like this amazing Texan on her blog Up to the Moon. While others simply recommended supporting the Cookies/Glad partnership with a bake sale or buying cookies, like on Cool Mom Picks.

And thanks in part to all this word of mouth, we’ve welcomed more than 500 new bake sale hosts into the Cookies for Kids’ Cancer family. And for that, we are truly thankful.

We hope, like so many others, you are inspired to support Cookies for Kids’ Cancer this holiday season. Your support makes a difference. Host a bake sale, buy cookies, donate online.

Thank you for being a Good Cookie.

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