As most Americans know, the United States government made the decision to partially close, leaving over 800,000 federal employees without income. With the shutdown still taking place over a month later, federal employees around the country are beginning to feel a significant strain in their lives. With families struggling to not only pay the bills […]
Author: David Ariagno (Page 1 of 2)
As companies and organizations wrap up the final numbers from 2018 and begin to plan their work for the coming fiscal year, they may want to determine what kind of philanthropy they will be participating in as well. Whether your company focuses on helping a different cause of organization, it is likely that some sort […]
The holiday season is not only a time for family and friends to come together to celebrate, but it also marks a period of giving back to one’s community. As we continue to move through the holidays, more and more families are finding that they either cannot afford to provide gifts to their families, or […]
When the holiday season comes around, many people get caught up in the hectic chores and planning for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Even though those are special holidays, many times there is a global day that goes often unnoticed or forgotten. Giving Tuesday, which takes place on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, is a day that is […]
As many of you have already heard, several states in the United States, including Florida, Georgia, and Virginia, were heavily impacted by Hurricane Michael. The massive Category 4 hurricane hit the Florida panhandle in early October, sustaining significant damage or nearly destroying several thousand homes and businesses across Florida. At this point, it has become […]
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 […]
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 […]
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:
This blog will go more in-depth as to what donations are commonly needed as women’s shelters.
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.