Planning a fundraiser and not sure where to start? Here you will find tips on how to plan and host a Chili Cook Off Fundraiser for your community group.
There are many effective ways in which school students can raise funds for charities and help local and global communities. This article contains a list of ideas.
Knitting is fun and can be a wonderful way to help others. Knitted caps, sweaters, blankets, teddy bears, and squares are all appreciated by charities. Some of these charities have useful websites.
GOTV—Get Out the Vote—is a campaign for sending reminders to Democrats in states with upcoming elections.
Some of the words of politicians are among the most erudite of all sayings. But some others are banal nonsense. This is my selection of the most memorable of all political quotes, jokes and analyses
This article seeks to offer insights aimed at helping non-profits in motivating and retaining volunteers.
What should Americans really know about mass shootings? Mass shooting expert Jackie Schildkraut has the answer.
Football players are no better than any other human being which is a good reason they should stand united with the rest of us as we honor America with the playing of our national Anthem.
I recently attended Cupid's Undie Run in Philadelphia. The event raises money and awareness for Neurofibromatosis (NF).
Community service work and volunteering spread goodwill to those in need and benefits those who give, particularly those who feed the hungry. Volunteering is good for all involved.
Fourteen small and inexpensive gift ideas that many homeless people would appreciate. These thoughtful gifts can make life a tiny bit more bearable, mostly because they show you care.
Jerry collected $Billions from 1952 to 2010 for research, allowing MDA to be less dependent on government funding. In addition, several types of neuromuscular diseases and conditions became treatable and curable through this results. That ended in 2011 and pledge collections declined sharply without Jerry. See why in this Hub and read a first-hand memory of Jerry Lewis by a Hubber who knows him.