Category Archives for "Non Profits"
When Jacqueline Wilson, Founder of Monkey Do Project, considered the name of her non profit organization, she wanted the project to inspire others to DO SOMETHING. She wasn’t satisfied pointing out the needs in Appalachia; she longed to spur fellow citizens to take action. She wanted this non-profit to inspire others to help Appalachian families. […]Continue reading
TJ Saling Caldwell, Oregon resident, is the founder and President of Apple of His Eye Charity. Although the Charity officially started in May of 2012 the vision was birthed during her first mission trip to India at the end of 2006. During that trip she met two pastors who helped translate for the mission team. […]Continue reading
Press update | June 11th was National Get Outdoors Day! Remember how easy it was to spend time in nature growing up? Today it can seem hard to break free and get out there to share that same experience with your kids. But it’s worth it — and nature is closer than you think. Every […]Continue reading
AWARxE is currently working on a campaign* to spread awareness of the dangers prescription medications present to students. The non-medical use of prescription drugs has doubled since the 1990s, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Today, unintentional drug overdoses are the leading cause of accidental deaths in the United States. The […]Continue reading
Brave Beginnings is currently running a life-saving initiative*, helping families around the country. As a parent, you know how crucial early care is to a newborn child. However, each year, more than 450,000 babies are born too soon, often without access to the most up to date neonatal care. We’re hoping to rewrite that story. […]Continue reading
I would like to share with you an incredible story of hope, sacrifice, and friendship between two families coping with Cystinosis: a rare, genetic metabolic condition that affects every cell in the body. Jessica DeDio’s son Bailey has Cystinosis. Bailey’s kidneys were failing and the family was using social media as a way to alert friends about […]Continue reading