National Share Your Care Day is coming up and we want everyone to know that sharing our care in our communities means a lot to us. Social good has a special place in my heart and that’s why I am donating my time to help get the word out about this special day. The Care Bears have been around since I was a child, and now I get to share them with my girls.
The new school year is on the horizon, or maybe your kids have already started, either way it can be a fun but trying time for parents and kids alike. That can be especially true if you have a child who struggles with school, attention, and focus, among other behavioral challenges. It’s never easy getting kids transitioned into a new school setting. Been there, done that! Understanding and advocating for our children is so important.
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Giving back to my community is as important to me as raising my children. By giving back I am doing my part to build a better future for them. Back in December the opportunity to collect used toys for a local shelter that I had not been aware of even existed in my community came around.
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Donate stuff. Create jobs.
I keep saying I am going to do a major purge when we move, but the more I look at all the laundry I am thinking now may be a good time. There is no better time than the present to do good and help others.
There’s never a bad time to clear the clutter out of your home or garage or to do a wardrobe purge.
Social good projects have a special place in my heart. They not only benefit the direct recipients, but the community as a whole. One of those social good projects is The Gan Montessori Preschool. The Gan was founded as a project of the Chabad Russian Center and built to engage the young children of the Russian Jewish community.
Not just anybody can create a place like The Gan, which means Garden in Hebrew. It takes a lot of love, dedication, and commitment.