Talking to our kids about alcohol is a conversation of respect (for themselves and others), health, safety and responsibility. This post is in partnership with Responsibility.org and totally acceptable 80s hair.
We can’t travel to England to walk Hadrian’s Wall, but we’ll contribute as much as we can to Camp Kesem by scraping together our spare change between now and July. You can, too!
This summer a group of 12 men will walk the length of Hadrian’s Wall in the United Kingdom to raise money for a new Camp Kesem location that honors the memory of Oren Miller. They could use your help.
José Zambrano is a firefighter in the Los Angeles area that runs marathons on behalf of St. Jude—and he wears 50 pounds of firefighting gear the whole time. Please support him supporting the kids of St. Jude.
Responsibility.org believes that parents and kids should talk early, talk often, and be happy. We agree. After all, with great kids comes great responsibility.
World Cancer Day reminds us that cancer never takes a day off. Neither do we. We will fight it and end it with love and courage. And we will do it together. We are coming for you, cancer. You will soon be history.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis is a beacon of hope for those battling childhood cancer and all that love them. It is a place of strength and smiles where all the costs are covered. Please join D4C in our continuing support of the great work they do and their inspiring goal to save the lives of children everywhere.
Girls are treated poorly all around the world and one of the cornerstones to empowerment and change is education. Malala Yousafzai is trying to make that happen, and you can help. “He Named Me Malala” opens today. See it. Tell everybody.
It is National Suicide Prevention Week and we can help through conversations, awareness and action. The Brady Center has issued a new report full of important information and a heartbreaking video from a father who lost his 13-year-old son.
If you or someone you know may be contemplating suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1 (800) 273-8255.