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This is a central place to share experiences, tips, tools and techniques that help children learn about Charity.

You'll also find ideas, inspiration and advice on how to get the most from your ShareYourWish event.

And finally, we occasionally share our own blog posts to keep you informed about our progress and the change we're having on kids and the world we share.

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The End to Bullying Starts at Home

It seems like every time I turn on the news I see another story about children bullying others or getting bullied themselves. I am sure most of us have heard about Karen Klein, the bus monitor who was bullied by a group of kids. I even caught a glimpse of Matt Lauer interviewing her and remember ...more

The Most Important Men in Our Lives

I hope this Father's Day we can all celebrate some of the amazing men in our lives! I dedicate this blog to my husband Buck, who is truly an exceptional husband and father.

Every day when Buck walks in the door after work he is greeted by screams similar to how Tweens watching a Justin Be ...more

Is One Gift Enough??

Whenever I tell people about our website I usually get a very positive reaction, which of course makes me feel good! BUT, then I get the same questions - "Can you only pick one gift? Won't the birthday boy/girl be disappointed? Is that enough?"

I have been thinking about this a lot! And I ...more

Reflecting on Being a Mommy as Mother's Day Approaches

Who in your life helps to teach you new things, shares their own experiences, and inspires you?

As Mother's Day approaches, I can't help but reflect on being a mommy!

Looking back at the last 4 plus years of my life as a mom, I can't believe how fast they have flown by. It used to ...more

What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?

How often have we all been asked this very question throughout our lives? I am sure that many of us have answered this the same way - successful, rich, smart, etc. But did you ever say you wanted to be kind? Did you ever tell people you hoped to inspire others? Have you ever daydreamed about bein ...more