"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."  ~Aesop

A 1st Grader's Act of Kindness Just Restored Our Faith in Humanity

Posted by:  Project FUNtastic

Find a local event, like a 1K race that the whole family can join.


Animal Shelter or Rescue Group (Mostly For Ages: 15+)

You don’t have to be an animal expert to help out at your community’s shelter. Reach out & see if they need dog walkers.  

Visit www.volunteermatch.org, you can search by term (i.e. “animals”) and your ZIP code to find organizations near you. 

Race For A Cause!

Find A Charity that Needs Your Help:

  • Do-It-Yourself Book Drive
  • Help sort donations at your local food bank for underserved families
  • Make homemade greeting cards for Military or Disabled or Ailing
  • Visit the Elderly

Inspiring Video Links (via Youtube.com)

Please share with usyour favorite, inspiring video links.

Find a park or nature center
​ that is hosting a community event in your area.

Volunteer in Your Community

60 minutes - The Recyclers: From trash comes triumph

Posted by:  Orquesta de Instrumentos Reciclados Cateura

April 22nd

Humpback Whale Shows Amazing Appreciation After Being Freed From Nets

Posted by:  Wake Up World

Find a cause that lights you up. Get in touch with a nonprofit that needs you.

Beach cleanups for the whole family.

With a focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility...

Participate in opportunities to give back and support neighbors.


National Forests and Grasslands provide Americans with 193-million spectacular acres of wildlands.  Get involved with conservation. 


Project Ideas and ways you and your family can make a difference.

Volunteering as a family is something special you can all do together to help teach your kids about thinking larger than themselves. 

​5 Reasons

Why You Should

Read with Your Kids​

Importance of reading to children is their ability to apply logic in various scenarios, recognize cause and effect, and utilize good judgment. As your child begins to relate the scenarios in books to what’s happening in his own world, he’ll become more excited about the stories you share. Help build:

  • ​A stronger relationship with you.
  • Academic excellence.
  • Acclimation to new experiences.
  • Better communication skills.
  • More logical thinking skills.

Source:  https://www.earlymoments.com

Family Time

Plastic Pollution, Our Oceans, Our Future...

​17 students from Hawai'i vision to help

Posted by:  Douglas McCauley