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Health Mart Pharmacy Champions of Care Challenge!

Health Mart Pharmacy Champions of Care Challenge!

**This is a sponsored post on behalf of Health Mart in which I was compensated. ** Each day, Health Mart pharmacists are working to make their communities healthier. Do you know someone who is making your community healthier?  Whether it’s a friend, neighbor, family member or co-worker, Health Mart is awarding $50,000 in grants to a winner’s choice of non-profit to continue the good work they’re doing. I use my blog as a platform to promote health initiatives … Read entire article »

Filed under: Charity, Health, Socially Conscious, Uncategorized

Bloganthropy Announces Finalists for 2013 Blogger of the Year Awards

The fourth annual Bloganthropy Awards held Nov. 21 at the Champions for Kids Annual Conference. PAOLI, PA – The Annual Bloganthropy Awards, which recognize and honor bloggers who use their sites to support charitable causes, announced its finalist selections for the 2013 Bloganthropy Blogger of the Year award. This year’s finalists are: New Jersey Digital Moms and Social Media Moms –  Social Media Moms, a united group of mothers active in social media, and New Jersey Digital Moms, a network … Read entire article »

Filed under: Charity, News, Socially Conscious, Women's Issues

Blog + Philanthropy = Bloganthropy

Blog + Philanthropy = Bloganthropy

Can bloggers help build a better world? We say, “Yes!” On Wednesday, Deb announced the launch of Bloganthropy.org during an expert panel at the second annual Child’s Play Communications Bloggers Brunch.  You can read the whole press release here. Bloganthropy.org combines the power of social media with the resources of corporate giving. Its goal is to connect companies and bloggers in order to address societal needs. We know companies are eager to connect with bloggers. And we know … Read entire article »

Filed under: Charity, Featured, News

Be a Savvy Millionaire Kid and Save, Invest and Donate

Be a Savvy Millionaire Kid and Save, Invest and Donate

Kids know how to navigate the Internet, look up the latest baseball stats, and can tell you what their favorite celebrity wore to the most recent awards ceremony. But what about financial responsibility?  Are they money savvy? Money Savvy Generation is a program of children’s books, curricula, piggy banks, and financial organizers, develeoped to teach kids about saving, investing, and donating part of what they earn. The Millionaire Kids Club books, for ages 4-11, children examine these … Read entire article »

Filed under: Books (Advice), Books (School Aged), Charity, Contests, Learning, Uncategorized