Franz Family Bakery Gets Into the Spirit of Giving + Giveaway


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In our family, we love this time of year! It’s the time of year where we are beginning to plan for the approaching holidays! I love seeing individuals and companies reaching out to help others. I love helping others as well! ‘Tis the season to spread good cheer, right?

Every year, Franz Family Bakery gives back to the community with the Spirit of Giving charitable campaign. Throughout the month of November, (November 1st – November 28th), Franz accepts nominations for 50 families in need to receive $500 along with Franz food products (including a year supply of Franz bread) to help make their lives a little more special during the holiday season.

About the Spirit of Giving

There’s no better feeling than helping out a neighbor in need. Tell Franz about the well-deserving people, families or organizations that have touched your life over the years. Franz will choose 40 of the nominees to receive $500 and a year’s supply of bread to help make their lives a little more special this holiday season. Nominations can be submitted at Franz Family Bakery online. If your nominee is selected you will also receive a one-year supply of Franz bread! 


Thanks to Franz Family Bakery, 1 lucky winner on Daddledo will win a Franz Family Bakery giveaway bag filled with Franz goodies!!!

How would you participate in the Spirit of Giving?

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  1. Dorothy Deakyne says:

    I bake items and give to needy families

  2. shelly peterson says:

    We donate food several times through out the year and donate toys and jackets during this time of the year.

  3. Danielle Marie says:

    i would love to volunteer at a soup kitchen this winter. i think it would be a big help around here.

  4. I want to adopt an angel tree child this Christmas!

  5. Margaret Smith says:

    By donating food and toys to the needy and by volunteering at our local Habitat for Humanity.

  6. donating toys to needy and pet food to the local shelter

  7. By donating food and clothes

  8. Tamra Phelps says:

    During this time of year, we like to get extra items as we do our grocery shopping & leave them in the bin the grocery sets up for the local Food Pantry (which puts together Thanksgiving & Christmas dinner boxes for needy families.) At Christmas, local stores put up ‘Angel Trees’ & you can pick off an angel with the name of a child & items on their wish list. You shop for them & leave the items at the service desk for the Angel Tree people to pick up. (I like to pick an older kid, since everyone seems to pick the young ones.)

  9. Tamra Phelps says:

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  10. Bridgette Mahmood says:

    I help those who are needy, by helping out at soup kitchens, and donating clothes.

  11. tracy davis says:

    I would donate toys to a local charity.

  12. beth shepherd says:

    I would share with the kids in our youth group. Thank you

  13. I give by donating things to our local women’s shelter, and I give to toys for tots every year

  14. melissa Resnick says:

    donating a christmas dinner to a fam in need

  15. Brittney House says:

    I will continue to volunteer in my free time.

  16. natasha lamoreux says:

    We do it by donating warm clothes to the kids school

  17. We collect toys for a toy drive in our town. We also make stockings and fill them with toiletries for the homeless men at the local shelter. And we help serve at our local soup kitchen

  18. Stephanie Liske says:

    We have a gift drive at work. We participate in that.

  19. I share with others showing them some love and kindness.

  20. susan smoaks says:

    i would participate in the giving by sharing with everyone else and helping other people

  21. Jennifer Reed says:

    I would participate in the Spirit of Giving by donating my time and money to worthy local causes in my community.

  22. karen mayernick says:

    It’s not how would I – It’s how did I – My husband, kids and I handed out blankets and gloves to the homeless in the city of Detroit. We do it as often as we can afford too! Fantastic Giveaway! Thanks for the chance!

  23. I am going to participate in the Spirit of Giving through my civic club. Each member donates gifts to a local charity and share funds we have raised with others in need.

  24. Hesper Fry says:

    I participate in the Spirit of Giving by donating clothing and food to our local shelters/pantry.

  25. Carolyn Daley says:

    I participate by donating things we no longer need. We donate old towels to Cats Exclusive which is a non-profit clinic with a no kill adoption center for cats. Every few months I take a box of books to the hospital since our library will no longer accept donations. Our hospital lobby has bookshelves where people can donate used books and patients/visitors can buy them for 25 cents for paperback or 50 cents for hardcover. The hospital takes a profit to buy machines and people who are stuck there have a wide variety of reading material to choose from. I also have a few bags of clothes and toys to donate soon.

  26. We donate to our favorite charities.

  27. Susan Smith says:

    We donate food and toys to our local shelter.

  28. Peggy Rydzewski says:

    I volunteer to the special Olympics.

  29. Laurie Emerson says:

    I volunteer at our local soup kitchen, homeless shelter and always adopt a family from the Angel Christmas Tree.

  30. We donate canned goods to our local food bank.

  31. Rachel Freer says:

    I take treats to the elderly people in my neighborhood.

  32. I like to donate my extra stuff to those less fortunate. Thankyou

  33. Vikki Billings says:

    I donate to the food pantry in my area and I also watch the boards on Facebook, for free stuff, a lot of people that need help post on them and I help as much as I can.

  34. We will be donating to Goodwill this winter.

  35. Terry Bellender says:

    My hubby and I both take our clothes we no longer can wear or don’t wear to the local shelter and we make food donations once a month to the local food pantry.

  36. Our local Girl Scout troops adopt a needy family and donate food and gifts to make their holiday a bit brighter. It makes a big difference in the way the girls look at the holiday too.

  37. Trisha McKee says:

    My daughter and I donate to those that are in need and we also volunteer in gift/food drives.

  38. Donna Kellogg says:

    We have Can food drives. and we also always give to Toys for Tots . and the Salvation Army.

  39. We do a lot of volunteer work and donations year round. This time of year, we adopt a local needy family and buy them Christmas dinner and gifts.

  40. By visting the shutins:)

  41. my nephew is in rotc and so we do a lot of community service and food drives.

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