Donations to the VCU Children’s Hospital (2012) and Community Clean Up (2010) Do what you can, with what you have, where you are -Theodore Roosevelt If the word Philanthropy connotes an act of giving reserved only for the wealthiest or most privileged families, think again! To be a Philanthropist simply means to DO GOOD [...]
Fostering a Spirit of Philanthropy at Home
My Son Has a Peanut Allergy Too: And I’m Scared
By: Theresa Marie Green, Guest Writer Theresa is a mother who knows all-too-well how serious food allergies can be. Her son is allergic to peanuts and although she takes every precaution possible to protect him, she also knows that danger lurks around the corner. She spent the night in shock after hearing about the recent [...]
Amber Alert for Roanoke Girl: what we need to know
Today’s Amber Alert for teenager Brittany Smith of Roanoke, VA is shocking, as Brittany’s mother was found dead in the home of suspected homicide, and the man suspected of abducting Brittany may be the killer; authorities are cautioning extreme danger. Photos of Brittany and suspected kidnapper Jeffrey Scott Easley are seen here. A few Facebook [...]
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Richmond VA Autism Speaks Walk 10-09 and a Richmond Mom’s Fight for her son (continued)
Jennifer Kashinejad doesn’t take things sitting down. As a long-time friend, I’ve watched admirably as she has gone to the General Assembly, Washington, and will take her story just about anywhere to ensure that peoples’ rights for health care related to kids on the autism spectrum are honored. After Aden was diagnosed as being on [...]
Meet a great Richmond kid: Charles. Know of a good home for him?
Charles is 14 years old and has red hair, blue eyes and a great sense of humor. He loves animals, sports, pizza and going to camp. One of Charles’s best qualities is his caring and thoughtful nature. Charles is excited to be in his first year of high school. He is developmentally delayed and works [...]