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December 3, 2016

Monkey Do Project | Feeding and Helping the People of Appalachia

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. […]

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Is this the “season of giving”? I hope not.

I’m not really sure where the idea came from that Christmas is the “season of giving.” I assume that started up by merchants and shops, who were hoping to sell more product. It bothers me, though. It bothers me that people would label any time of year as “the time to give.” I join with […]

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December 16, 2010

The bags are filled and ready to go! (The 2010 “Mommy Perks Holiday Project”)

{Scroll down for the photos} Recently, I wrote a post called Sucky Cupcakes. Leah, my dear friend and client, jokingly wrote to me calling the kids in our town “Shara’s Kids.” She knows that I’ve taken them on as a heart project – so to say. We have a high low-income rate here and I […]

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Personal interview with the founder of “Books To The Bush” (non profit)

Mommy Perks is honored to present the following interview with Sheri Wang, founder of “Books To The Bush.” I can darn near guarantee Barb Blalock’s team (Treasures 4 Teachers) will have some books to donate soon 😉 On with the interview… Tell our readers about your overseas project The overseas portion of our program currently […]

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August 8, 2010

Twitter Charity Hat #7: AVON (Lisa Nicholson) | Plant-a-tree!

Are you all caught up with the Twitter Charity Hats campaign now? Click here to read A Trip Down Memory Lane Click here to read an interview posted by Bloganthropy Here are the hat posts, thus far: Signing Families (launch hat) Kidlutions Stella & Dot Ficklets Baby Stay Asleep The Boy’s Store This week I’m […]

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