We’re taking the day off here at the IG Blog to wish you, your family, and loved ones a very Merry Christmas! Be safe, be joyous, and be thankful. Speaking of being thankful, here’s a fun video from the Mightycause Team thanking YOU for being great supporters and making amazing changed in our communities this […]
After living through such horror, there is beauty to be found in Newtown, CT. The community’s children and families are receiving consolation and love to help them heal with a visit from a five pups called the K-9 Comfort Dogs. Tim Hetzner is the president of the Lutheran Church Charities, an organization based out of
About five years ago, Jim Carol’s son, Taylor, was diagnosed with two types of rare pediatric cancers at the tender age of 11. “He was diagnosed as terminal, and there are no known survivors of what he had,” Jim says. “He was in isolation for a year, and received a bone marrow transplant. Now he’s
There can be joy in generosity, and unfortunately, many of us aren’t able to take the time to let that joy sink in when we do something for others. Sometimes, it feels like an ordinary transaction, but there’s something about the holidays that changes that. Throughout this season, many of us sign up to volunteer
Here’s to a Happy Thanksgiving from our Mightycause.com family to yours! We have so much to be thankful for this year, and so we’d like to share a few of those with you. Thankful for Amazing Fundraisers Watching incredible giving day magic while it happens is something each of our team members are excited about.
Three days before Thanksgiving isn’t the ideal time to start thinking about how to give back to your community, right? The reality is we’re very busy people, and good will simply isn’t on the forefront of our Thanksgiving plan-making process—especially if we’re hosting X number of out-of-town relatives for the long weekend. But I’m here
Yesterday was a day of remembrance for our veterans, and soldiers in active duty who have fearlessly served our country to preserve the freedom we have. Today, many are spending time with their families on their day off, but as Americans we continue to honor those that have committed the ultimate sacrifice for the rest
Andy Spence, his dad, and brother got this crazy idea couple years ago. “We came up with idea to get people to support us to grow beards,” he says. The idea was out of the blue, but not without pretext. In 2010, Andy’s mom passed away from lung cancer, and that Christmas, the Spence family
Hurricane Sandy was destructive, and millions are still making their way through the devastation a week later. Organizations such as the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity and more, are coming together to help citizens in need of blankets, food, shelter, and electricity. Please consider giving to one of the fundraisers below.
It’s in the air! Can you smell it?! The holidays are almost here! But that also means the busy holiday season is upon us. The gift-giving. The parties. The annual appeal. You’re going to be swamped with things to do in and out of the office, so here’s a compilation of 6 blog posts you