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 […]
Call for Nominations for 2013 Bloganthropy Blogger of the Year Award
Know a blogger who should be recognized for using their blog for social good? Then nominate them for the 2013 Blogger of the Year Award! The Annual Bloganthropy Awards, which recognize and honor bloggers who use their sites to support charitable causes, is announcing the call for nominations for the 2013 Bloganthropy Blogger of the Year […]
Don’t Miss Neighborhood Toy Store Day: November 10, 2012
I feel strongly about the need to support local businesses. As you do your holiday shopping, please remember that your purchases can make a difference in your local community. In November, there are two big events that support small businesses: Neighborhood Toy Store Day and Small Business Saturday. Saturday November 10th is the 3rd Annual […]
Gone to BlogHer…Come to the Bloganthropy Panel!
Debbie and I are heading off to BlogHer this week. If you will be at BlogHer, please find us and say, “hello”! Most bloggers probably know Debbie from her popular and informative speeches at conferences (she hasn’t seen this…so I can brag about her here). I, on the other hand, rarely go to events…so I […]
As part of a project with Bloganthropy, I am posting about this effort to earn a donation of clothing forSew Much Comfort from Dollar Days.
Sew Much Comfort provides adaptive clothing at no cost to support the unique needs of our injured service members from all branches of the military and national guard. This clothing fits around medical devices and prosthetics and gives the service member and medical personnel ready access to injured areas. The adapted clothing allows injured service members to have their clothing appear the same as normal civilian attire; an attribute which helps facilitate a more natural and comfortable recovery. Without adaptive clothing the only option for the service member is a hospital gown.
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