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Remember the Twitter Charity Hat Campaign from last year? I ended up with a waiting list of nearly a year! After taking photo after photo of myself (or my kids) wearing a hat, and then promoting those photos on twitter and facebook…and blogging about each one…I needed a little break. Today – I’m BACK! I […]Continue reading
Donate to a Social Helping Network to Directly Help Those in Need How many times have you looked in your closet, and found that outgrown warm winter coat, or those hardly worn tennis shoes your son outgrew before he even broke them in, and thought, “I’d love to get these out of the house, and […]Continue reading
The Summer of 2011 is approaching fast! The Fresh Air Fund* is in need of loving host families in the following areas: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ontario, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia. Click the map to sign up: Stop by The Fresh Air Fund to […]Continue reading
The information below was provided by West Glen and Circle of Respect.* My story of bullying: During childhood I picked on (as we called it back then) by a number of children: “Four eyes” and more. I was shy and withdrawn during elementary school which made me an easy target for name calling. In high […]Continue reading
The following information has been provided by West Glen and The War Veterans Health Resource Initiative.* Did you know that studies have shown veterans suffer from extreme headaches, commonly known as migraines, at more than double and as much as four times the prevalence of the general population? It’s unfortunate to see that at a […]Continue reading
The following information was provided by West Glen and Marfan.org.* When you see a child who is taller than his or her peers, with long arms or legs, you may think these are features that make a great athlete. But did you know that these characteristics can be caused by a serious medical condition that […]Continue reading