The tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary last Friday has dampened our holiday spirits. But a week from today Christmas will still arrive and we need to do our best to be of good cheer, especially for our children. Before last Friday, these four cause promotions made me laugh, gave me hope, and warmed me with […]
I have three kids, and over the years they’ve been the source of many joys and a few frustrations. But more than anything, they’ve been a source of education for me. I learn a lot from them, quite often as the result of how they view and approach life. Kids have a different way of
As you may have heard, Mightycause is participating in efforts tied to World Hunger Day (October 16th). As Geoff Livingston writes, “The philanthropic goal encourages people to participate in small acts like a social share or a $10 or $25 donation. These small acts do make a big difference. To give you an idea of
You don’t have a plan for fundraising this December yet, and are feeling squeemish. With as much as 40% of your online donations coming, you could even be starting to panic. Perhaps you’re an individual fundraiser, and you agreed to help out a favorite cause and have no ideas. Our friend Allyson Kapin at the
IPDC provides free arts camps to children who have experienced a natural and/or socio-economic disasters. We specifically provide learning experiences for low-income children during school breaks. Summer is a prime time for fun and relaxation for most students. But for the nation’s most vulnerable students, summer often means a learning loss.