JOLLY TIME Pop Corn is celebrating 100 years! In honor of their birthday, JOLLY TIME Pop Corn is celebrating with Kernels of Kindness™. What better way to celebrate then by giving back? One hundred $1,000 grants will be awarded to people and organizations around the country who bring joy, happiness and kindness to their communities. If you didn’t know the definition of the word Jolly, here it is:
- happy and cheerful. synonyms: cheerful, happy, cheery, good-humored, jovial, merry, sunny, joyful, joyous, lighthearted, in high spirits, bubbly, exuberant, ebullient, gleeful, mirthful, genial, affable, fun-loving; (Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
So I can think of no better way to celebrate a company that radiates joy not only in their name, but what they have become for many families: a happy and joyful time spent together.
Our family is a great example with our 12 1/2 lb. container of Jolly Time Pop Corn (and we go through several of these a year)! My kids literally (and I mean literally) jump for joy when we have popcorn.
On behalf of JOLLY TIME Pop Corn, head on over to Kernels of Kindness™ and nominate someone who is also bringing joy and happiness in their own community. They could be one of the one hundred people receiving grants for their good deeds or charitable work.
I will be nominating my sister, Meagan, who currently runs The Grace House. The Grace House is a home for pregnant girls and young moms who lived in the Ghanaian markets. Her hope is to give them the tools to care for their young family by themselves. Meagan has lived in Ghana for almost two years now and brings joy wherever she goes. She truly loves Ghana and the people and I admire the selfless acts she does everyday.
You also get the chance to win $50 of JOLLY TIME Pop Corn goodies and a $100 Amazon gift card. I’m sure that will bring you a little joy and happiness :) Enter below in the Rafflecopter form.
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I was given a gift card in exchange for this post by Momdot Media, but I love to talk about companies that give back to their communities in my “do good” section.