The Holidays—A Perfect Time to Give

I normally don’t blog on Thursdays; actually, this is only my second Thursday post ever—who says I’m a creature of habit?

Anyway, a few weeks ago, my friend and fellow writer Rhonda Hopkins asked if I would like to write a guest post about my favorite charity and participate in her Authors Give Back blog series.  How does one say no?

Over the years, I have contributed both time and money to multiple charities.  Most of the time when there’s a 5K walk to support a cause, I sign up.  When I lived in Lubbock, I served the local American Diabetes Association chapter as a board member and assisted with one of the largest walks in the country—a stat we were all so very proud of, considering Lubbock, Texas’s population is just around 200,000.

Anyone who knows me knows that sick children and abused animals tug at my heartstrings.  So, despite how much so many different charitable organizations mean to me, I knew immediately which one I’d choose for Rhonda’s blog series:

Please be sure to stop by my guest post at Rhonda’s blog today and share with us how you find the resources to give back.

And, thank you Rhonda for this opportunity to showcase St. Jude Children’s Hospital… and Football Sweetheart!

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2 Responses to The Holidays—A Perfect Time to Give

  1. What a great post (and the one on Rhonda’s site)! I collect pop-tops for Ronald McDonald House (which houses family members who have sick children in the hospital) and cooked dinner at the house for them last week. It’s a great way to give back!

  2. Jenny Hansen says:

    Love it, Tiffany! I give to Families Forward via my church. It’s an organization that helps families who are in transition, especially during these wacko economic times. We do food drives and donate clothes, money and school supplies.

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