If you want to make a bigger difference to your community, try donating some of these items instead of the default ones.
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Summer vacation is almost here. With that comes the question of how to keep your kids’ minds occupied over the summer.
Take a look at some of the most significant dates from WWII.
Part of the American dream sequence often referenced when thinking of the future, along with the white picket fence, a great job, and a loving family, includes having a pet. In the U.S. alone, there are nearly 80 million households that claim to own a pet, according to a 2016 survey run by APPA. While […]
In an age of increased dependence on phones and wifi connections, kids are spending less and less time just enjoying the outdoors. It’s been proven that children who spend more time outdoors are more physically fit and otherwise healthier than those who spend more time on the couch on phones or computers. If you’ve got […]
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