In my Huffington Post blog this week, I explore the possible negative impact on children in our programs if Americans are unable to sustain their usual levels of charitable giving.
Sharing a link to my Huff Post blog this week: Last month’s tragedy in Connecticut has precipitated profound discussions on a number of topics. Foremost among them: how can we better protect our children? It is a question that I have been asking for more than 30 years, not only on occasions of such calamity and heartbreak, but on a daily basis.
ChildFund’s Gifts of Love & Hope catalog enables people to send items to those in need around the world. Think of it like a global “giving tree.” Goats to a family in the Philippines. A sewing machine to a mother in Ethiopia. Bicycles to girls in Sri Lanka. Read more in my HuffPost blog this week.
In my latest Huff Post, I share how two ChildFund sponsors from divergent backgrounds wound up on the same path.
Shoes may be a luxurious indulgence for many Americans, but take them away and not only do you forego any degree of comfort but you also expose yourself to painful repercussions. The roads and villages within the developing world are no less forgiving, no less threatening. Read more in my Huffington Post blog this month.