David Ariagno | Philanthropy

David Ariagno is a committed philanthropist

How To Get Kids Involved In Volunteering

How To Get Kids Involved In Volunteering

It’s never too early to get involved. Kids getting involved with volunteering and charity work can build a better connection with their community, learn responsibility and know they can make a difference. Volunteering can also bring you and your children together as a stronger family. There are a few great ways on how to get […]

Items to donate to homeless shelters

Items Homeless Shelters Need As Summer Continues

As we move through August, many people are coming back from vacations and getting their kids ready for the start of the school year. This leads to busy schedules and trips to various stores to get the items their children need for the new school year. While the changes that the month of August brings […]

David Ariagno February Blog 4

Volunteer for Valentine’s Day

If you have the time to give back at all for Valentine’s, though, here are some creative ways you can make that happen in your community:

David Ariagno Women's Shelters

Donate These Things to Women’s Shelters

This blog will go more in-depth as to what donations are commonly needed as women’s shelters.

David Ariagno Animal Rescue

Animal Rescue during Hurricane Harvey

After many animals were left homeless and stranded when Katrina hit Louisiana, animal safety advocates are doubling down to ensure that the same mistakes do not happen.

David Ariagno Donations

Less Common Much Needed Donations

If you want to make a bigger difference to your community, try donating some of these items instead of the default ones.

David Ariagno Keep kids' minds active

Keep Kids’ Minds Active

Summer vacation is almost here. With that comes the question of how to keep your kids’ minds occupied over the summer.


Important Dates in World War 2

Take a look at some of the most significant dates from WWII.

David Ariagno | Rescue a Pet

Rescue an Animal: It has more benefits than you think

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 […]

David Ariagno | Get out!

Get out! How to get kids active outdoors

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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