Spread joy this holiday season by giving back to a great cause!
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This holiday season give back to your community with these local volunteer opportunities!
Dream Session photoshoots can range from children riding on the back of a triceratops to a child encountering a unicorn … or even a mother juggling her responsibilities. The latter of these ideas became Associate Editor Amanda Ciani’s Dream Session. After putting the kids to bed and browsing Say Yes to Jess’s Instagram page (@sayyestojess),… Read more »
Deck the halls with gifts of giving this season by simply doing the things you and your family love to do the most. It’s that simple!
LaRosa’s Family Pizzeria is at it again for their annual Feed Our Neighbors In Need program. Now through December 31, every time your family buys a $10 Buddy Card, $5 is donated to the Freestore Foodbank. LaRosa’s is known for giving back and supporting its community by spreading joy through the gift of food for… Read more »
Want to know how you can make a difference this holiday season? On Thursday, November 15, Cincinnati residents can help change lives by simply purchasing DOLE Canned Pineapple at local participating Kroger stores. How? Through DOLE’s Let Sunshine In, Drive Hunger Out Campaign. Each can you buy will provide one can to a local food… Read more »
Did you notice a little more pink at your local Kroger or grocery store lately? Local company and family-owned Klosterman Bread has been a part of the Pink Ribbon Girls family for the past six years, and is proud to continue their relationship with them. Pink Ribbon Girls is a local organization started by a… Read more »
When Julie Whitney, owner of Phillippi-Whitney Communications LLC was watching ABC World News Tonight the evening of August 26, 2014, she saw a story that made a tremendous impact on her. It was a feature about the foster children in Richmond, Virginia who had to carry all of their belongings in a black trash bag as… Read more »
The Campbell County Public Library invites you to “Drop Your Drawers” in November and December to help out local Campbell County elementary schools. Donations of new, unopened packages of underpants (especially in sizes 4 – 16) will be accepted at the front desk of each branch. The donations will help replenish the schools’ supplies… Read more »