Whether it’s trying something new, making someone’s day or doing great by doing good in the world, it never hurts to do something sweet. Tell us how YOU do something sweet. Every month, we'll select 10 winners who will receive 100 single serve bags of Cookie Chips. Imagine all the sweet you can do with that!
Joanne does something sweet morning, noon and night. And we're thankful she does. One day, Cookie Chips were born because she was craving a crunchy Chocolate Chip cookie. Can't wait to see what's in store for us next!
In December 2016, Jane adopted a horse from a kill pen in Texas. He was being starved to death and needed to gain a lot of weight to survive. The Magical Mr. Prince is now four hundred pounds heavier and living contently with Gracie, her quarter-horse. Look how handsome he is these days!
When Seth isn't in an airplane, he enjoys mentoring young professionals. Also, he never passes up dinner's best course: dessert!
Director of Marketing
Meg works with independent animal rescues and dog stores across the country, helping them put together ice cream socials for human's best friend (using a probiotic frozen yogurt that's healthful for dogs, of course)!
VP of Operations
Aaron's dog Lola, an English Pointer, is afraid of the outdoors. So...every day, Aaron takes her out to do her thang. And he holds her when they go on "walks." Aaron wins the Paw Parent of the Year award!
Bee-Sweet. Iveta designed and tends a bee-friendly garden using native plants & single flower tops. She's friend to bees and unicorns, everywhere.
Director of Sales--East
Stephanie's daily drive and motivation is teaching her two daughters, Brynn and Elle, compassion, manners, being kind to one another, never fight, and to stay sweet forever! Sweetness and charm, wins every time!
Director of Sales--West
Whether it's a basketball game, dance party, tag, or a pool party, TJ always makes time to play with his three children!
Regional Sales Manager -- West
Patrick gives back twice a month providing free tennis lessons to a local tennis club. If there's ever a zombie apocalypse, look for Patrick and his army of tennis players.
Customer Service Associate
Kelsey does not leave passive-aggressive notes for her roommate. Also, she composts.
Regional Sales/Marketing Manager--Rocky Mountain
Cole volunteers regularly with The Ability Experience, an organization that uses shared experiences to support people with disabilities and develop the men of Pi Kappa Phi into servant leaders. His super power is delivering pizza to friends after dark.
Carly consistently volunteers for the Children’s Hospital of Colorado! Last year she worked with fellow CU Boulder students to raise over $1,500 in gift donations for patients. She and her group also attended the annual Little Hearts Luncheon and Fashion Show for children who have suffered heart defects!
Sweet things happen all the time. Here is a place to celebrate those things that make our world a little brighter. #dosomethingsweet
The World needs love!! I love to love, so 4-7 days a week, I post love and positivity via my social media outlets. I've gained many new friends and motivate both old and new. #JustLove
Baked cookies for my neighbor who found my bicycle bag in the street and returned it to me!
I make popsicles with apple slices in them for our horses on very hot Texas days.
I buy surprise lunches for the office staff.
My brother in law had 3 teeth pulled for implants. He could not chew at all. I made him some split pea soup he could drink!!!!
I let people go in front of me in the checkout line at the grocery store when they only have a few items and I have dozens.
My name is Chip, so how could I not love your chocolate cookies. I love them so much that I give them to all the neighborhood kids. I tell them chips from Chip!
Babysit for my granddaughter weekly.
I check with my Dad every time I go to the store to see if he needs anything. He lives alone now, since my Mom died and I just want to make sure I can help him any way that I can. I also call him or go see him daily.
I don't have time. I make time. Today is my mother's 67th birthday and she is in the hospital for cancer treatment. I called her to let her know I was thinking of her on my lunch break.
How I do something sweet it's me and my 3 nieces we choose a movie grab a big bowl we each choose the flavor of cookies we like which is usually chocolate chip, peanut butter and original we mix them in the bowl grab a glass of milk and cookie chip and chill.
I take note of the little things that people tell me about themselves and note the glimmer of genuine excitement and joy that gleams in their eyes whenever they talk about it directly or indirectly. When they're having a bad day, I ask them for a "reminder" of said thing.
When we eat in restaurants I always get the leftovers wrapped. Then when we pass anyone who looks hungry on the way home I can stop and offer them something delicious. I do the same thing when we cook at home. I bring extra portions outside and offer them to people on the street.
I bring cookies to the daycare workers who watch my daughter during the day.
I support patients with LLS by raising funds for cancer research. I also remember to tell my husband he's the BEST!
I try to find some way to make my kids' day a little special. Be that a sweet treat in their lunch, or a star-shaped sandwich, or -their favorite - Mickey Mouse pancakes!
I send treats to others!
I go to the grocery store a lot during lunch as it sits in a strip mall near my house and is right near a lot of things that are convenient. Its a Winn Dixie, which by the way I was buying Hannah Max cookies there but then something happened and they no longer carry them. Anyways, I often do a little retail therapy from work at the grocery store, which has me wandering down aisles at lunch, which is always a bad idea to go hungry to a grocery store. One thing that I have been doing a lot of is I look for BOGO on items that I would have bought otherwise, and on my way home I usually give the get one free item to the older homeless guys that are on most street corners these days. Love your cookies and I wish you could get better distribution to South Florida.
I bake desserts for my co-workers and family members from time to time.
Just one random act of kindness can make anyone happy rather it's opening the door or just saying good morning! Can change someone's day cause you never know what people are going through!! Be KIND, always!
Buy a couple of packages of your cookies and give them away as surprise gifts.
My dad is ill. He lives in California, I am in Mississippi The last time I was there to see him, I brought him some HannahMax! He loves them! It's the only cookie he really likes. Now I keep a steady stream of boxes of cookies coming to him!
I try to do things sweet by remembering little things that make my friends and coworkers happy like cups of crushed ice, specific snacks, treats, condiments just making sure the little things are right to make them smile.
I manage a restaurant. I like to bring in treats for my employees. It goes a long way to boost moral. I try to switch it up with different kinds of treats. That is how I can across your cookies, the kids at work loved them!
I help pay my parents mortgage every month.
I did my wife's laundry without having to be asked first :)
For my co-worker I baked cup cakes for her son's bring cupcakes to school day because she didn't know how.
One of my closest friends just underwent surgery for a herniated disc. She's unable to bend, lift over five pounds, or even walk for more than a few minutes. I rallied another friend to purchase her a "BiteSquad" gift certificate, so that she can order meals from local restaurants directly to her door while she's recovering.
I try to help anybody that needs help as long as I'm able! It could be loaning/giving money, babysitting, shoveling a neighbors driveway, helping someone cross the street, giving a ride etc. Whatever I am able to help with!
I make my husband breakfast every morning lol.
I baked my mothers favorite chocolate chip cookie cake on her birthday it was a big surprise for her.
My husband works long hours and for the past 3 and 1/2 years, I get up every morning with him to make him a healthy lunch.
MAKE HER DINNER This is a classic thing to do for your girlfriend or husband, but it’s still incredibly romantic. Even if your dinner is simple, the act of being served is one of the most romantic things for a wife or husband... being served like this is the sweetest thing to do 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍
I always bring food for coworkers when I make something at home!!
I run a small church choir of mostly adults with disabilities and senior citizens. In my choir it doesn't matter if you can't read, can't walk or can't think like everyone else. I get to watch a group of people who are often told to "shut up" or their opinions don't matter finally have the opportunity to perform and speak up on how their choir is run. They are such wonderfully *sweet* people and I can only imagine how happy they would be if I showed up one week with cookies for everyone! :)
I drive a special needs school bus. The children are the sweetest, most kind, lovable souls i have ever met and I am blessed just to drive them.
I volunteer at Paws Chicago every month.
We pick one day out of the weekend my children and I we'll go to our local beach pick up the trash that is left behind from our visitors so we can protect our marine life & keep our beaches beautiful.
I make care packages for my family especially when they are sad or depressed usually sick.
Everyday I look for ways I can be sweet to people. Whether it be open a door for a someone, letting someone cut me in the grocery line if they have just a few items or a crying baby or rambunctious kids and you can tell the mom or dad is ready to go. I believe being sweet is something we can do everyday and it doesn't really take much effort to make someone smile and that could make their day. I try to just smile every day because I want everyone to see that I am a sweet approachable person.
Everyday I always try to do something sweet for my family. One example would be making sure that they have good and healthy food on the table after a long day's work. Knowing that I make them feel cared for and loved is good enough for me.
I do sweet by baking cookies for my brother in laws. Or pancakes with cookies smashed inside!
Actually it's my boss that is soooo sweet. Every Friday he gives me a note saying something like "hang in there. We made it through a tough week", he accompanies the note with a piece of chocolate or a cookie. If I win, he gets the bag! (He might even share!)
Every week we wait for the garbage men and give them water and yummy baked treats. My 3 year old loves it and so do they :)
I make chocolate shakes for desserts for my boys.
By spending time with my family and covering the with sweet kisses!
I take care of my father and my neighbour's 4 year old son daily 💗
I do something sweet by baking sweets with my 5 year old!
I love making treats with my kids. It not only teaches them how to cook/bake but I love the bonding moment and memories it creates! Love teaching them how to eat healthy and skills they will need as they get older.
I always help take my grandparents to their doctors appointments and take cute photos of them so that my grandma with dementia can always remember us.
I rub my fiance's feet at the end of a long work day.
I'm my grandma's main caregiver. She took care of me as I was growing up, now it's time for me to take care of her 💜
I always smile at people in public, especially if they look sad or down. I always acknowledge homeless people as well. They often feel invisible to others because people don't acknowledge them to avoid guilt.
I try to make my kid's day sweeter by always sending a handwritten thoughtful note with their lunch to school ❤️
Last week I helped a blind man cross the street in Hollywood and then helped him inside a Starbucks and made sure he got into line alright. He tried to buy my drink for me, but I told him I wasn't even planning on coming in here. Just wanted to help out!
I volunteer twice a week at a no kill dog/cat shelter in my area taking care of dogs. walking, feeding and loving them until we find forever homes for them!!!!!!
I am dedicated to sending a card or special words of encouragement to people who I think love getting special surprises in the mail. It could be family, friends, people at our church or just about anyone who needs a little sparkle in their day! Some say I am old fashioned but I know what helps make my day so I want to share that feeling with others!
I have housed a friend of mine who is homeless due to being laid off from work. Every morning, before I go to work, I leave her a cookie and cup of coffee, with a fresh fluffy towel. Life's simple things can hopefully lift her spirits.
I work at various church rummage sales throughout the year. The sales are huge and are always in need of help. I am also a feral colony caregiver.
I went out for lunch today with a group of friends who are kinda high class and I helped an older gentleman who was having trouble with just about everything so I helped him with his tray, got his sauces and his drink and ended up having lunch with him and my friends. Turns out he's a WW2 vet who just lost his wife and was having her favorite meal for the first time since her passing and that made an impact talking about loved ones and how time flies by.
Living in NYC means encountering a lot of homeless individuals. I keep a bottle of water and a snack like pretzels or a protein bar to give to someone in need. Would love to brighten their day with cookie chips too :)
I like paying my bill and the bill behind me when I'm at a drive-thru. I hope it makes someone's day easier and hope they pass it along too.
I try to help as much as I can the homeless people out in the streets. Some of my friends think I'm crazy for doing it. But I can't help it. I picture my self being them. I give out money, food, clothing and other supplies. I try to do what I can.
I like to send them to my son at college. He loves to get them in the mail. His friends all love them too!
I donated 2 big bags of small stuffed animals and 30 pair of shoes to the kids at Genesis, a shelter dedicated to battered women and kids.