The WCPP is excited to put the Turkey Trot funds to work for our community. Soon we will launch Meals to Heal, a fresh meal delivery service for people undergoing cancer treatments and a new Android version of our SmartScan app. The app is free on iTunes and enables you to scan a barcode and obtain information about potentially harmful ingredients in your food, personal care and hardware products before you buy them.
Learn healthier choices for everyday items in your shopping cart. The ONLY APP that tells you what ingredients are potentially unsafe or harmful ingredients from the supermarket to the hardware store. Scan a product barcode and go - it’s easier than ever to know what is in the products you buy! Here is how it works: SmartScan checks ingredients against the SmartScan database of “potentially hazardous substances”, and ingredients that match the blacklist are given a “hazard rating” derived from the NFPA 704 standard. If no harmful ingredients are found, an “All Clear” notice is displayed.
*Notice*: Products receiving the “All clear” are not endorsed as safe, and products that receive hazard ratings are not necessarily dangerous when used correctly. Smart Scan is intended to be used as a quick aid to help catch harmful products, but results are not guaranteed to be correct or complete, and is not a replacement for proper research.
Download the app today on iTunes, for more information, read more here @ WCPP SmartScan App
And...Meals to Heal is a unique new service in that friends and family can order a meal from local participating restaurants and have it delivered within the hour by WCPP volunteers and supporters vs. ordering frozen meals from a website.
The Local, Captain Marden’s, Susu Bakery and others are on board and ready to help!
To volunteer with meal delivery, please email firstname.lastname@example.org only 1-2 hours per week is required!