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Giving Tuesday: World Vision and Thirty-One Gifts

Chipapa Primary School is in a remote village 2 hours outside of Lusaka, Zambia.  ©2017 World Vision/photo by Deb Johns Giving Tuesday: World Vision and Thirty-One Gifts It is critical for young girls in this area to stay in school for a number of reasons, one of which is a matter of life and death… […]

World Breastfeeding Week: August 1-7, 2017

It is World Breastfeeding Week, guys. (Photo used with permission form World Vision.) It’s been a long time since I have had widdle babies… *sigh*. I recently sat in on a call with World Vision. I was invited to learn more about breastfeeding as it affects world mothers. I know how it affected me and […]

Red Nose Day 2017

No, I am not talking about a day dedicated to the dearly beloved Rudolph. *This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Walgreens. The opinions and text are all mine. I’m talking about an event that is now in its third year (wow!) that helps children in poverty here in the U.S. […]

Help Feed Hungry Children Through Hunger Is at Safeway

Did you know 1 in 5 children in America live in households without consistent access to adequate food? But what can you or I to help feed hungry children? Have you heard of the Hunger Is program at Safeway? It’s a program where Safeway helps feed hungry children through customer donations and portion of select purchases. […]

Join Climb Out of the Darkness with Postpartum Progress

Postpartum Depression. It’s real. It’s dark. It’s serious. And there’s hope. Postpartum Progress is the world’s most widely read blog on PPD and all other mental illnesses related to pregnancy and childbirth. Postpartum Progress touches the lives of at least half a million pregnant and new mothers each year through their programs. Because of Postpartum […]

Champions for Kids’ #FillTheCart Program!

Some ways of giving are easier than others. This is not to say giving should be easy, but when things are easy (as opposed to hard) there is a greater chance of involvement. *This post is sponsored by Champions for Kids. All opinion is my own. Right now at Walmart you will find Champions for […]

He Named Me Malala

Late last week I had the opportunity to see a moving movie that will be coming to theaters this October. He Named Me Malala It’s a movie based on the book written by Malala Yousafzai. Malala was shot in the face by the Taliban when she was 15 (she is now 18). She was shot […]

#GiveH2OPE – Shopping at Walgreens

I’ve partnered with Walgreens to help spread the word about a great partnership they have with Unilever… So, yes, this is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own. Unilever and Walgreens have joined forces for the first time with Me to We to provide customers with a new way to make a positive impact […]

Hunger Hero Interview: #FacesBehindHunger with Feeding America

It’s easy to think, living here on the soil of this part of America, life is pretty good. With all the images of celebrity and opulence, it’s hard to see past the curtain of “excess”. Or in my suburban case… “Do I have enough this pay period to buy organic strawberries and peppers?” *This story […]

Kitsap Great Give 2015

Jesus is quoted in Acts 20:35 as saying “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” No matter your feelings about Jesus, these words are true. There is much blessing in giving. Not that we should give to be blessed, but I think you know what I mean. And if you don’t, check out […]