10 sweet seasons for giving


Well SAS, you outdid yourselves once again! For 10 years, we've been collecting and donating leftover and excess Halloween candy from SAS families. We challenged you to raise the {candy} bar once again this year...and man did you do that, tipping the scales at 480 pounds of candy which brings us up to a total of 4,110 pounds of candy donated since 2012. WOW!

And a big thanks to the SAS Military Network (VETS) Employee Inclusion Group for helping extend our reach this year by managing drop sites across campus at SAS World Headquarters.

What happened to ALL that candy?

We are happy to report that we donated the candy to NCPacks4Patriots. The candy, along with other items such as holiday decorations, games, food, toiletries, and more were packed into Christmas Goodie Bags and distributed to our deserving service men and women, both local and deployed. What a truly great season of giving! Thank you, SAS!

@SASsoftware showed up in a SWEET way this year. See how much candy they donated to our deserving service men and women. #saslife Click To Tweet

More Giving Ideas - Dark Chocolate Medallions

If you're looking for a last minute gift idea for loved ones, whip up Dark Chocolate Medallions for a sweet, but healthier, treat.

Package it up in a cute bakery box or even a cellophane bag and you have the perfect gift for anyone on your list! In addition to the recipe, we've also provided a label that you can download and print to attach to the box or bag.

Happy gifting! (And be sure to save a little for yourself!)

Happy Holidays! We hope you embrace this sweet season for giving!



About Author

Ashley Bailey, MS, RDN, LDN, IFNCP


Ashley is a Nutritionist at SAS Institute in Cary, NC. She is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner, Certified Biofeedback Instructor and also has a Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management. Outside of work, Ashley enjoys crafting, cooking, walking and spending as much time as possible at the beach. Follow @abaileyRD on Twitter.

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