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Giving Circles: Multiplying the Power and Impact of One by Many

A growing number of contemporary women are looking to meet like-minded people by participating in meaningful philanthropic efforts. The usual fundraising activities, such as organizing galas, are a lot of work and not particularly fulfilling for many. So, what’s the alternative if you are one of these women? The answer might be to consider starting…Continue reading Giving Circles: Multiplying the Power and Impact of One by Many

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If You Happen To See A Scarf Tied Up Around Your Town This Holiday – Here’s What It Means

      There’s a new trend happening around the country and it catching on like wildfire! No, people aren’t trying to make trees and lightpoles more fashionable…. It’s something much more heartwarming than that! Thousands of people from all across the nation are taking their old scarves, or making their own handmade and versions,…Continue reading If You Happen To See A Scarf Tied Up Around Your Town This Holiday – Here’s What It Means

August 2016 Baton Rouge Floods

MOMS HELPING MOMS UPDATE: Baton Rouge Flood Victims Still Need Your Help

                    The water is almost gone, but the Baton Rouge flood victims still need help. The catastropic floods in August left 14 people dead and thousands of homes damaged and destroyed. Two months, $30 million and 1.6 million cubic yards of trash later, debris cleanup from the August…Continue reading MOMS HELPING MOMS UPDATE: Baton Rouge Flood Victims Still Need Your Help

MOMS HELPING MOMS UPDATE: MORE HELP NEEDED IN LOUISIANA

MOMS HELPING MOMS: Lousiana flood victims 6,900,000,000,000 gallons of rain in one week. The devastation in Louisiana is now the worst natural disaster to strike the U.S. since Hurricane Sandy. With more rain forecast, the destruction could continue. It is estimated the clean up will cost $30 million or more. At least 40,000 homes were…Continue reading MOMS HELPING MOMS UPDATE: MORE HELP NEEDED IN LOUISIANA