Creating Charitable Habits

As the holiday season kicks off many people feel an increased desire to give back and become involved in the community. However with the stress of cooking, shopping, and juggling daily tasks many aren’t sure how to manage their time and energy in an effective manner. Fortunately, ...

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Strengthening Family Bonds During Pandemic

Families have been spending more time together than ever before during the pandemic. Parents working from home and children learning from home coupled with canceled sports and hobby activities means families are together often. Though this is a scary time for many people, taking ...

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Traveling with Children: 101

Everyone dreams of traveling before having children, but for many, that doesn’t end up being the case. There is only so much traveling that can be done before you start your family. Although it won’t be as easy as traveling alone and only having to worry about your belongings, · ...

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Summer Camp Alternatives

With a worldwide pandemic going on it may be hard to figure out summer plans for your children. Whether you don’t feel comfortable sending them to camp, or they’re completely canceled there are so many things you can do. Now is the time to get creative and introduce not only your ...

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Virtual Volunteering

When asked what volunteering is, one may describe it as going out to your local food drive to hand out goods or a school to help out with painting and building. It has usually been something that you go out and do, but more recently that has changed. These days, many organization ...

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How the Pandemic Changed Philanthropy

When the coronavirus caused a nationwide shut down in America people were left without work and pay. As the unemployment rate grew, so did the call for philanthropists. Charities and organizations were aware that over 30 million Americans were unemployed, meaning they had time to ...

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Teaching Your Children About Philanthropy

Throughout the most recent decades, philanthropy has been steadily increasing in popularity. When it comes to teaching your children about philanthropy and getting the family involved in charity there is not a one size fits all. Whether people are supporting causes at a local, re ...

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Can Your Children Benefit from Music Therapy?

Music is a truly powerful thing. Certain songs have the ability to transport us back to where we were the first time we ever heard it, reminding us of a specific time in our life. Other songs can bring up old memories we have of a special person. Music is able to give us energy, ...

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What Is Your Family Philanthropy?

Many families are eager to make their mark on the world and create a legacy to pass down generation after generation. When it comes to philanthropists, they put their stamp on issues they care deeply about, such as protecting endangered species, feeding the hungry, or helping the ...

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