Hello fellow bloggers! Happy Summer! Less than one month till college. Wahooo. Speaking of college I recently went on a 4 day service retreat for freshman at my college. It was really awesome. One day each small group visited three service sites around the city. My group went to a local church, something similar to a YMCA, and catholic social services which works with families who have visitation hours and watch over them during their weekly meetings. It was really nice when we all got back… Continue
Added by Rachel Stydnicki on July 31, 2010 at 6:34pm —
Hello every one ... there are always people fighting other religions that do not like their religion, including my religion islam......Islam is a religion only, which will be acceptable to God on Judgement Day .... a religion, which I am proud that I associate it...… Continue
Added by kasper sky on July 31, 2010 at 10:24am —
WANNA EXPRESS A FEW WORDS AND PLACE TO VISIT IN INDIA.....................
BECAUSE OF HUMAN BEINGS THIS BEUTY IS DETERIORATED SO SAVE UR CULTURE AND HERTAGE
ALL COLOURS OF MY COUNTRY…
Added by geetanjali on July 31, 2010 at 2:12am —
Hey guys, I have this snow jacket and it's really nice, and It doesn't fit me anymore. I wanna donate it to a homeless shelter or aomething.
What should i do? -Jenae
Added by Jenae Parkey on July 30, 2010 at 6:07pm —
http://www.ihelpedcleanupthegulfoilspill.com/ -everything is said there!
Buy a t-shirt or necklace and help clean up the gulf!It's easy.5,00$ from the price of every thing you buy is going to some of three charities that helps cleen up the Gulf.
Now it's not hard to help just buy t-shirt or necklace!
Added by Nadia=] on July 30, 2010 at 12:06pm —
I know that sewing is extremly time consuming....but isn't it better? At least it used to be. Any way, I am trying to sew a tunic (You know...short dress, long shirt) and it's a lot harder than it sounds. Once I finish I'll post a pic of it.
Added by Juliette Gregory on July 30, 2010 at 11:53am —
Even though it doesn't seem like much, a penny can count! Collect hundred and you have a pound! Think about that the next time you find a penny or something! It counts, and you can help someone with it in the future! =)
Added by Camilla Langsbakken on July 30, 2010 at 10:06am —
Hey I'm extremely busy but I'd like to figure out a way to help. I love animals and little kids but I'm not sure exactly how I could help. I have been planning a charity event on a site called gaiaonline.com to donate money to the ST. Jude Childrens Research Hospital. All suggestions are helpful and appreciated. c: <3
Added by Shannon Corrigan on July 29, 2010 at 7:22pm —
I would like to spread the news about a GREAT cause going on in my area. Cinderella-Cinderfella Project, Inc. is an non-profit organization made over 10 years ago by a wonderful couple. Cinderella-Cinderfella allows deserving high school seniors go to prom for free once they submit an essay and have been reccommended by Social Services. All the gals get dolled up with a dress they get to keep, make-up, flowers, hair, jewelry, purses, and shoes. Guys get rented tuxes, flowers, and gifts too.… Continue
Added by Nicole on July 29, 2010 at 6:11pm —
I've just taken up work assisting families in their childcare duties, through working for a Nottingham based company called @HomeChildcare. This new, enterprising organisation sends childcare workers (both paid and voluntary) out into the community to assist families who aren't able to carry out basic tasks such as ensuring their children are ready for school. It's definitely worthwhile. There are organisations like this cropping up all over the place, so definitely… Continue
Added by Dan Berridge on July 29, 2010 at 1:10pm —
Many people have arthritis or lupus. My mom has rheumatoid arthritis. And this winter she fell on the ice and broke her wrist. But 6 months later we found out she crushed one bone in her back and fractured another. So now she can't work. If we jumped on her the wrong way, she could have been paralyzed. Arthritis is where your bones are weak. Lupus is where they're so weak it's next to impossible to get up and down without pain. Most people get it because their bones don't have enough calcium.… Continue
Added by Gracie Hunter on July 29, 2010 at 11:48am —
I seriously want to get into helping people. But the problem is, I don't know where to start! I live in a small town so really there's not much I can do! Any suggestions?
Added by Alex Wind on July 28, 2010 at 8:23pm —
I live in a very tiny community (1 sqaure mile) and i'd love to help it out but i feel like the everyone my age is to focused on this and that. But most definitely aren"t thinking about helping others, volunteering, or making a difference for people who aren't lucky enough to even get fed everyday without a free lunch from the school. I will admit that i haven't done anything either but that is going to end and i really want to change the attitudes of atleast some students in my school of… Continue
Added by Ashlee Janae Morgan on July 28, 2010 at 5:03pm —
Hey! Hello world! hahah, Sorry if I didn't been for a long time here. I've so much to do with the school thing & I didn't have so much time to log in. But now, I'm happy to come back, & want to meet some amazing new people! & try to make actions to change one step at a time the world!! What do you think? ARE YOU WITH ME?
Talking about other topic, in 6 days is my birthday!!! I turn 15! Here in Argentina is like the Sweet Sixteen in the U.S.A!! I'm so exited!! & for last the… Continue
Added by Veronica Lloret on July 28, 2010 at 2:13pm —
Paul S might as well be the reason i am here in the first place.
He is more than just my boyfriend.
He is my introduction to a better future.
My number one hope for this world, hand in hand with wanting to bring down to 0 the number of children who die of diarrhea a day
, is to have people wrap their heads around DRUGS & ALCOHOL
I have a stronger belief than… Continue
Added by Serena Minelli on July 28, 2010 at 12:00am —
This is my first blog post and I am so excited to be apart of this website. I can't wait to show this website ot my youth group leaders, they will love it! I think it is great that kids around the USA can connect and give ideas to each other on how to help out in their own home town!
Added by Annalisa Mazza on July 27, 2010 at 9:00pm —
My family and I recycle water bottles and all kind of drinking materials an then we go and get money for them!
Added by Haley Buckley on July 27, 2010 at 4:14pm —
Recently my 8th grade class brought in stuffed animals, blankets, and children's books. We then put a blanket, stuffed animal, and book into the project night night bags. we made over 50 bags. These bags were handed out to children at shelters. The shelter volunteers told us that the kids that receive these bags get a priceless smile on their faces. here is the link to the project night night website: http://www.projectnightnight.org/
please do… Continue
Added by laura on July 27, 2010 at 2:00pm —
Cancer is a really serious thing. When I was in fifth grade my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. That really hit me hard, from the time I found out about the cancer till the time my mom received her last chemotherapy treatment I was truly in a state of depression, it was like even if something good was happening my mom being sick was always in the back of my head. I was young, but I was smart. I knew the seriousness of my mother's… Continue
Added by Amy Cronin on July 27, 2010 at 2:23am —
I realy want to make a change so one day i went with some friends to help people with money problems so we went all the way to troy to give lunch to people who need it an i played with 4th grade an 1st an young an we had fun helping
THANKS MUCH FOR EVERY ONE WHO HELPED
AN PLEASE LEAVE COMMENTS AN DO NOT SAY IT NOT GOOD
Added by madison on July 26, 2010 at 10:30am —