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Summer of Service

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Aug 2016

Summer of Service

By: Rachel Brown We can’t believe it’s August! Summer is flying by, but there’s still plenty of time before Labor Day Weekend is upon us. This season is one for rest, relaxation, and exploration, certainly, but it’s also a good time to look outside ourselves and find ways to serve others. We’ve rounded up several ways that you can get busy serving, and we’d love...

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Apr 2016

{WM Spotlight} Wipe Every Tear

By: Juliandra Durkin April is sexual assault awareness month and highlighting Wipe Every Tear is one way that WM can partner with women who are oppressed, in hopes of shedding light on the issue of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Wipe Every Tear is a faith based organization that rescues girls trapped in sex trafficking in the Philippines and Thailand, where they have safe houses...

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Apr 2016

{WM Spotlight} Sisterhood Soap

By: Juliandra Durkin Hey ladies! Mother’s Day is coming up next month and if you’re anything like me, a planner and dreamer, then perhaps you are racking your brain for ideas to get your special Mother for her special day, that she can cherish, and that fits into your price budget. Wonderfully Made came across a beautiful organization called Sisterhood Soap that might make a...

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Dec 2015

Gifts for Your Mom or Mentor That Give Back

Healing Oils Kit by Thistle Farms // $40 All natural healing oil blends  are designed to relieve stress and rejuvenate body and soul. Each healing oil helps relieve specific stresses and create an inviting presence of mind and heart. Simple to carry around in case made by Shared Trade Partner Sibimbe of Ecuador Thistle Farms is a community of women survivors of addiction, prostitution, and...

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Oct 2012

Andrea’s Battle with Breast Cancer – Part 2

by Andrea Popkes Note from Allie:  Today we are featuring Part 2 of Andrea’s battle with and recovery from breast cancer. To read Part 1, click here. Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I thought it would be a great opportunity to invite my friend Andrea Popkes to share about her battle with breast cancer. She was diagnosed at just 31. Andrea and I met back...

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Feb 2012

Featured Cause: Girls Love Mail

by Chrissy Watson [photo credit] In light of the official month of love I thought a cause with love in title would be perfect. I would like to introduce Girls Love Mail! To give you a little history, Girls Love Mail began when a woman named Gina Mulligan was diagnosed with breast cancer. While getting treatment she received over 200 letters and cards full of...

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Jan 2012

Featured Cause: Teens for Jeans

by Chrissy Watson It’s a New Year and time for resolutions, changes and new beginnings. Also, the perfect time to clean out your closet for a good cause! For this months featured cause I’d like to introduce you to Teens for Jeans. One in three homeless people in the US are under the age of 18. So what can we do to help them? DoSomething.org,...

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Dec 2011

Featured Cause: A Very Special Christmas Album

by Chrissy Watson Before I tell you about this month’s cause, you should know that I LOVE Christmas music. I pretty much know every song by heart. I sing at the top of my lungs every morning and have been heard by actual neighbors. Co-workers, who unfortunately are not as enthusiastic, are annoyed by my sheer joy at the mention of Rudolph, Frosty or any...

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Nov 2011

Featured Cause: SheaMoisture

by Chrissy Watson SheaMoisture produces skin care, hair care, baby and shaving products. How can this be a cause to support? I didn’t even know it was one until I bought a bottle of their Coconut & Hibiscus Shea Butter Lotion. Initially I picked it up because I saw the word coconut. I love anything and everything coconut. The taste, smell, everything–I love it. In...

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Oct 2011

Featured Cause: Project Night Night

by Chrissy Watson In my house, in my closet, in a box marked, “Keepsakes” is a blue baby blanket I’ve had since the day I was born. While pregnant with me my mom made this blanket. She hoped and prayed I would be a girl and thought if she made a pink baby blanket, with her luck I would come out a boy. I slept...

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Sep 2011

Featured Cause: The Shine Project

by Chrissy Watson This month I want to share with you the story of a girl named Ashley. During her internship at Cesar Chavez High School in Phoenix, Arizona Ashley had the opportunity to get a closer look at the lives and struggles of students in an inner city school. “There are so many kids that have SO much potential, and just need someone to...

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Aug 2011

Featured Cause: Little Dresses for Africa

by Chrissy Watson I love to dress up. I love wearing a pretty dress I can twirl in. I love ruffles, and lace, bows and flowers. When I was little I would play in my mom’s closet and try on all her fancy outfits. Anything with sparkle was always a must. Thinking about those times makes me smile. I am so lucky to have those...

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