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World's Shortest Grant Application - 140 characters - Rewards Best Sustainability Ideas for Earth Day

- So Delicious® Dairy Free Awards $15,000 to best ideas to protect Mother Earth -

EUGENE, Ore., April 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Grant applications are daunting, but not for the next three weeks. To celebrate Earth Day, one environmentally and socially conscious company is awarding $15,000 in various grant amounts to clever social media users who pitch their idea in 140 characters or less.

Fans can submit ideas for making the world a better place via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. To be eligible, submissions must include #140Difference.  Each week, a committee at So Delicious Dairy Free will select at least two winners to receive micro-grants to cover the cost of their project. 

"We want to support our fans' ideas for making a difference in the world," said Brittany Horn, advocacy marketing manager for So Delicious Dairy Free. "Ideas can include anything from school garden projects to entrepreneurial water conservation plans on crowdfunding platforms."

So Delicious Dairy Free will reward inspiring ideas, both large and small, from individuals or organizations.  As a company that is committed to being So Kind to people, animals and the planet, they are looking for ideas that can make a big impact in caring for our planet.

The #140Difference campaign kicks off Tuesday, April 22, 2014 for Earth Day and will run through Friday, May 9th.

About So Delicious® Dairy Free
Based in Eugene, Oregon, privately held So Delicious® Dairy Free has been providing consumers with a broad selection of delicious alternatives to dairy-based foods and beverages since 1988. One of the company's pillars is "So Kind," which means they treat everyone and everything with unwavering respect and integrity.  Their foods and beverages are ideal for 50 million lactose intolerant Americans and millions of other fans with a variety of food sensitivities, So Delicious Dairy Free is proud to offer truly delicious solutions across numerous categories for people with special dietary wants and needs. All products are 100% plant based with no artificial sweeteners, trans-fats or hydrogenated oils, and many are made with certified organic ingredients.  So Delicious Dairy Free products include dairy-free frozen desserts, beverages, cultured products, and coffee creamers. For full product offerings and complete nutritional information, please visit SoDeliciousDairyFree.com

 

World’s shortest grant application rewards environmental projects. Share your ideas. #140Difference @So_Delicious

 

Based in Eugene, Oregon, privately held So Delicious ® Dairy Free has been providing consumers with a broad selection of delicious alternatives to dairy-based foods and beverages since 1988. So Delicious Dairy Free products include dairy-free frozen desserts, beverages, cultured-products, coffee creamers, and probiotic beverages. For full product offerings and complete nutritional information, please visit SoDeliciousDairyFree.com.

 

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