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Helping the Hungry in Philadelphia & Nationwide

I recently was able to see first hand all the amazing work Philabundance has done for the hungry in the Philadelphia area. If you have never heard of Philabundance, its a nonprofit food distribution system that started in 1984. The goal of Philabundance is to reduce waste and fight hunger in the Delaware Valley. In 2005 […]

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The ConKerr Foundation

I am thrilled to share with you the ConKerr Cancer Foundation and the ConKerr Cancer Pajama Party event happening on March 21, 2014.     Each year over 44,000 children across America are treated for cancer. A hospital stay is no fun for anyone especially a child. The ConKerr mission is to provide smiles to children with […]

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Ways to Support Giving Tuesday 2013

Today is Giving Tuesday 2013 and I along with all the #GivingTuesday partners are encouraging everyone to spend with a purpose not only now but throughout the year. Giving Tuesday has brought together individuals, families, charities and businesses to transform how people think, talk and participate in the giving season. I know as a family […]

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Gifts that GIVE BACK 2013

      When shopping this holiday season considering purchasing a gift that make a real impact in someone’s life – the life of others in need. Here are some of my favorites that when you make a purchase you are helping women, children, families and the environment throughout the world. Prosperity Candle The Prosperity […]

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Fighting Childhood Obesity with the Big Picnic

September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. On September 22nd ChopChop along with amazing partners such as the White House will host “The Big Picnic” a virtual community picnic in which families across the country will cook and eat together at their own picnics. One of the reasons I love ChopChop is because they inspire and teach kids […]

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Lemonade Stand for Charity

One of my favorite memories of childhood was having a lemonade stand. I would mix up some sort of powdered lemonade, make a sign and sit out front with some friends. We would make (on a good day) a few bucks because back then we were selling a glass for $0.10. I’ve seen a few […]

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